James Corden Spotted in Newcastle End at Wembley


When Newcastle United supporters descended on Wembley Stadium for the FA Cup semi-final against Manchester City, they had no idea that one of their most famous fans was among them.

As the match kicked off, the Newcastle faithful were stunned to see James Corden, the popular British actor, comedian and television presenter, in the stands.

Corden, who is a lifelong Newcastle fan, had managed to keep his presence at the match a secret until he was spotted by eagle-eyed supporters.

The news quickly spread around the stadium and the Newcastle fans were delighted to see one of their own in the stands.

Corden, who is best known for his roles in Gavin & Stacey and The Late Late Show, has been a passionate Newcastle fan since he was a child.

He has often spoken about his love for the club and his admiration for the team’s manager, Rafa Benitez.

Corden was born in Hillingdon, London, but his family moved to Newcastle when he was four years old.

He has spoken about how his father, Malcolm, was a huge Newcastle fan and how he would take him to St James’ Park to watch the team play.

Corden has also spoken about how his father would take him to the pub to watch Newcastle matches and how he would be surrounded by passionate fans.

It is clear that Corden has a deep connection to the club and it is no surprise that he was at Wembley to cheer on his beloved team.

Unfortunately, Newcastle’s FA Cup dreams were dashed as they lost the match 2-1.

However, the presence of Corden in the stands was a reminder of the passion and loyalty of the Newcastle fans.

It was a reminder that, no matter what the result, the Newcastle fans will always be there to support their team.

Corden’s presence at the match was a reminder that, no matter how famous you are, you can still be a passionate fan of your local team.

It was a reminder that, no matter how far away you are, you can still be connected to your team and your hometown.

It was a reminder that, no matter what, you can still be a fan.