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James Corden, Kate Hudson, Gwyneth Paltrow and Dwayne Johnson Host “Toddlerography”

James Corden, Kate Hudson, Gwyneth Paltrow and Dwayne Johnson teamed up for a new series called “Toddlerography.” This is one of the most viewed shows on cable TV. The series features celebrities doing choreography with toddlers. Corden paired up with Hudson, who is able to hold her own against a toddler.

Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson hosted a segment on James Corden called Toddlerography, which features kids leading adults in spontaneous dance moves. It’s a fun and engaging way to get kids moving while also improving physical literacy. Hudson wore a ’80s jazzercise outfit and was accompanied by a young dance instructor.

Kate Hudson and James Corden aren’t always as physical with their guests, but the pair did manage to get some playful time in the studio with toddlers. During one of the episodes, Hudson and Corden let the toddlers lead them through a dance class. While Hudson’s dancing was the highlight of the segment, Corden was outdone by the cute little children in miniature trainers.

James Corden

James Corden has made his late-night show known for his wild antics, and in this segment he tried his hand at toddler choreography. Hudson is not too keen on the idea of a dancing instructor, but the star doesn’t back down and tries to learn from him. The two try to keep up with the choreography of two energetic toddlers, who perform moves like leaping, spinning and crawling on the floor.

Corden’s reaction is hilarious, as he is shocked when the little girl does a somersault off the wall. The two eventually fall to the floor, and Corden ends up with a thumb in his mouth. It’s a hilarious moment, and the audience is sure to laugh.

Dwayne johnson

After his “Toddlerography” special with Jennifer Lopez and Katy Perry, James Corden is back on primetime television. The late-night host took a class taught by toddlers to better understand toddlers. He also rapped a part of Tech N9ne’s “Face Off” and the Bee Gees’ “How Deep is Your Love.”

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