James Corden made a cheeky confession (literally!) during "The Late Late Show" on Tuesday, revealing to the world that he once spanked Donald Trump long before he became the president.
The comedian, 38, recalled the bizarre incident with guests Alec Baldwin and Kerry Washington:
"When I was in a play [One Man, Two Guvnors] in New York [in 2012] I brought him up on stage. There used to be a part of the play, and I'd bring someone up on stage, and I brought him up to move some set. He was great. I was spanking his ass. He bent over. I was spanking him."
And while the British host described a more relaxed version of Trump, it didn't exactly align with that Baldwin had to say.
"He won the election. He's President of the United States, and he still looks incredibly constipated. He looks terrible," the actor said. "I thought, when he won, he'd relax and be more generous. He won, but he acts like he lost ... it's inexplicable."
Judging by his choice words, Alec isn't a fan of the president and the feeling is probably mutual. The 58-year-old actor has repeatedly mocked the billionaire businessman with his impersonations on "Saturday Night Live."
But all things must come to an end -- Baldwin revealed earlier this week that he's not going to do his Trump impersonation for much longer.
"The maliciousness of this White House has people worried. That's why I'm not going to do it much longer, the impersonation. I don't know how much more people can take it," he told Extra.