Dr. Phil shows he’s no Dr. Dre during ‘Drop the Mic’ rap battle with James Corden

It was daytime talk versus late night when Dr. Phil McGraw battled James Corden on Sunday’s Drop the Mic. The face-off was prefaced with a quick reminder that Corden, an executive producer on the show, is an unimpressive 0-12 in his past rap battles. But that didn’t stop him from going right after Dr. Phil’s connection to Oprah in rather graphic fashion. But he was met by Dr. Phil with an even more crass reference to Corden’s relationship with fellow late night host Jimmy Kimmel. Dr. Phil, the guy who spends much of his time confronting bullies, quickly became one when he went after Corden’s weight as the rap battle progressed. “You just had a baby, is that really true? I was just about to ask when you were due,” he rapped. “You're a big producer and a huge loser. Only dude I know puts burgers in a juicer.” And even though Corden made a solid effort to avoid extending is rap battle losing streak to 13 when he rapped about Judge Judy as his top choice for daytime, Dr. Phil took it home by also taking down another British talk show host. “You're so unlikable, it's truly alarming. You even make Piers Morgan seem charming,” he chirped. Lucky for Dr. Phil, Corden’s chances of ever winning a rap battle on his own show seem slim to none. So the golden microphone was Dr. Phil’s courtesy of Drop the Mic host Method Man, and Corden played the part of disgusted sore loser flawlessly for a thirteenth straight time. Drop the Mic airs Sundays at 10:30 p.m. on TBS. Watch Seth Rogen rap battle his friend and fellow movie star, Joseph Gordon-Levitt: Read more from Yahoo Entertainment: 14-year-old rapper shines with original son about gun violence on ‘AGT’ Edgar Hansen usurps Sig as the bairdi crab king on ‘Deadliest Catch’ Mel B breaks into tears as she remembers late father during emotional ‘AGT’ performance Tell us what you think! Hit us up on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram, or leave your comments below. And check out our host, Kylie Mar, on Twitter, Facebook,or Instagram.

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