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James Corden up as Pennywise in hilarious It spoof

It, the new horror movie based on the popular 1986 novel of the same name by Stephen King, has been setting box office records since its release this month.

And James Corden decided to cash in on the popularity of the film, dressing up as the murderous clown character Pennywise for a skit called The IT Department.

In the hilarious clip, which was aired on his Late Late Show on Wednesday night, the 39-year-old comedian was seen in full clown regalia - including a pasty white face with bold red markings and a voluminous copper wig.

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However, unlike the homicidal character, James' version was a much less scary clown, who had mistakenly showed up to fix his colleague Tim's laptop, after he called the switchboard for help from the IT department. 

After making a sinister and frightening arrival, James appeared a lot less intimidating as he conceded: 'Oh, I see the problem. You've called the IT department and I'm It. So there's been a mix-up. It's not your fault. It happens all the time.'

However, he still had frightening moments, when he suddenly appeared in the producer's filing cabinet, before rising up from behind his desk baring a red balloon.

After James suggested that the balloon may have been blocking Tim's WiFi signal, an exasperated Tim grabbed the balloon and popped it - covering him shirt in a thick red substance. 

'Oh come on, everybody knows you don't pop a murderous clown's balloon - that's on you,' James mockingly said in response to Tim declaring that he had a meeting.

In the end, Tim made another call down to IT, but instead for another horror movie character: Freddie Krueger, who explained: 'I turned over a new leaf. I went to night school and got a degree in computer sciences.'

After looking at the laptop, Freddie observed: 'I see it's in sleep mode. Good news for me,' before slashing and throwing the laptop on the ground as a messy fix.

He then turned to James and asked if he wanted to go out for lunch, to which the clown responded: 'Sure. I havemt eaten since I had those four kids for breakfast. I'm kidding - granola!' 

 

She sensationally admitted to steam cleaning her private parts in 2015.

And James Corden paid homage to Gwyneth Paltrow's bizarre cleansing ritual as he tried out the intimate regime on the Late Late Show, after the actress crept up behind him while he was mocking her website Goop.

The comedian, 39, hilariously began his Monday night show by poking fun at the star posing and covered in mud for Goop's first $15 print edition. 

He told the audience: 'I can't believe Gwyneth Paltrow beat out all the others to be on the cover of Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop. Pretending to be 'down to earth' is Gwyneth Paltrow's best performance yet.'

As he carried on with his jokey repertoire and showed off a doctored front cover, reading Poop. the Oscar-winning star shockingly walked out and crept up behind him.

Crossing her arms in mock outrage and standing in silence, looking leggy in a metallic minidress, it was only a matter of seconds before James realised she was behind him.

Awkward: James Corden paid homage to Gwyneth Paltrow's bizarre cleansing ritual as he tried out 'vaginal steaming' on The Late Late Show, as the actress crept up behind him while he was mocking her website Goop

Awkward: James Corden paid homage to Gwyneth Paltrow's bizarre cleansing ritual as he tried out 'vaginal steaming' on The Late Late Show, as the actress crept up behind him while he was mocking her website Goop

Wow: James looked like he was slowly getting used to the sensation as he sampled the steaming process on his Monday night show

Wow: James looked like he was slowly getting used to the sensation as he sampled the steaming process on his Monday night show

Oh dear: The comedian, 39, hilariously began his show by poking fun at the star posing topless and covered in mud for Goop's first $15 print edition

Oh dear: The comedian, 39, hilariously began his show by poking fun at the star posing and covered in mud for Goop's first $15 print edition

Laugh out loud: As he carried on with his jokey repertoire and showed off a doctored front cover, reading Poop. the Oscar-winning star shockingly walked out and crept up behind him

Laugh out loud: As he carried on with his jokey repertoire and showed off a doctored front cover, reading Poop. the Oscar-winning star shockingly walked out and crept up behind him

Rumbled:Crossing her arms in mock outrage and standing in silence, looking leggy in a metallic minidress, it was only a matter of seconds before James realised she was behind him

Rumbled:Crossing her arms in mock outrage and standing in silence, looking leggy in a metallic minidress, it was only a matter of seconds before James realised she was behind him

It's me! James looked shocked as he realised the star had heard everything he said

It's me! James looked shocked as he realised the star had heard everything he said

Um: As she greeted him, a clearly awkward James tried to backtrack on his comments saying: 'I didn't say anything out of line, and we're all thinking it'

Um: As she greeted him, a clearly awkward James tried to backtrack on his comments saying: 'I didn't say anything out of line, and we're all thinking it'

As the beautiful blonde greeted him, a clearly awkward James tried to backtrack on his comments saying: 'I didn't say anything out of line, and we're all thinking it.'

 He then challenged the Shakespeare In Love star to name anyone that Goop had helped.

And she was quick to point out his band leader Reggie Watts who was amusingly standing in a bucket of mud to 'feel more grounded'.

She then gestured to the cameraman Gary who

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