You may have seen James Corden trending on Facebook since yesterday. The Late Late Show host is the star of a new ad for Apple Music, that is evidently, extremely polarizing. (Come on! We thought it was funny!)

Apparently, some people have very strong feelings about it. Here are a few headlines: “Apple can do better than this lame ad with James Corden”; “James Corden Pitches Delightfully Terrible Ad Ideas to Apple Music in This Meta Spot”; “James Corden's Apple Music Ad Is So Bad, I'm Cancelling My Subscription”; “With James Corden in the mix, Apple just released one of its funniest ads of all-time

Why is this goofy spot sparking some crazy opinions? Are we missing something here? You be the judge. Great or terrible? Discuss

Just days after GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump was a guest on The Tonight Show, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton made her own appearance alongside Jimmy Fallon. Though there was no hair tousling this time, both had some fun making light-hearted jabs at each other.

When the interview started, Fallon made light of Clinton’s recent health issues and pneumonia diagnosis, donning a surgical mask and using hand sanitizer.

And Clinton, made fun of Jimmy Fallon’s now infamous interview with Trump, in which some critics said he ask Trump too many softball questions. Clinton came bearing a gift: a bag of actual softballs.

You can watch the whole interview on his YouTube channel. Discuss

Actor Chris Pratt recently visited The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and he was asked about a series of Instagram pictures he posted this Spring. On Easter weekend, Pratt posted several pictures showing him and two friends erecting a giant cross somewhere in the desert.

He explained to Colbert that on the Saturday before Easter, he went to visit a few friends who own a ranch in Texas. They told him that they were planning on building a giant cross somewhere on the property, and Pratt volunteered to help.

They had this big cross. It was on a Saturday, the day before Easter, and they said, ‘You know, we got this big cross. We gotta bring it up this great big hill at some point.’ I said, ‘Let’s do it right now … I want to do it. And, it’s Saturday before Easter, if you think about it, that’s what Jesus was doing 2000-something years before on a Saturday before Easter, was carrying a cross up a hill!' … It took us like two days. The thing was super heavy, and it was like just so rewarding and awesome.

You can see the interview below (though, just a heads up, there are some jokes at the beginning of the exchange some people might find offensive.) Discuss

The third season of Netflix’s crime drama Bloodline will be the final chapter for the Rayburn family. The streaming outlet announced that a third, 10-episode season, is currently in the works—it’s due out next year—but it will officially be the last for the critically acclaimed drama. As Vulture notes, the series is only the third Netflix original to get canceled. Both Hemlock Grove and Lily Hammer were canned after their third seasons. Discuss

Everyone loves James Corden’s "Carpool Karaoke," the segment of The Late Late Show where host Corden hops in a car and sings, well, karaoke with big-name music artists. It looks like a lot of fun, and it’s always fun to watch.

And now "Carpool Karaoke" is getting critical acclaim, too. Last night, the popular segment took home a Creative Arts Emmy award, beating out some impressive competition.

The Creative Arts Emmys are a niche version of the larger TV awards, specifically for cinematography, costuming and guest-acting. There, Corden won for “outstanding variety special” over Beyoncé’s Lemonade, Adele and Amy Schumer: Live at the Apollo.

In case you’re one of the two or three Americans who aren't familiar with "Carpool Karaoke" yet, Corden's car rides will soon be available on Apple Music. Discuss