Rolypoly actor and TV presenter, James Cordon, yesterday told Hello magazine that he’ll never be satisfied with the amount of wealth he’s accumulated from his countless TV appearances and voiceovers for ads, and that he will never stop signing up for new ventures, irrespective of the artistic quality or moral standing of the work on offer, as long as he gets “a decent earner”
Shortly before setting off on his 6.00am paper round for which he receives £7.50 a-week, Cordon told Hello: “Money is everything to me and I’ll do everything in my power to get my mitts on more of it.
“After I’ve finished the paper round I’m off to a building site in East Ham where I’ll put in 8 hours on the hod before recording an episode of League of Their Own with Jamie Redknapp and Freddie Flintoff. Then it’s home to my small flat in Hoxton where I’ll work through the night on a gay chatline for 2 quid an hour.
“I’m hoping to clear 20 grand by the end of the week plus an extra 15 quid I’ve got coming in from my Betterware round. I can’t get enough of it to be honest with you”
Corden came under fire last week after it was revealed that he’s a regular visitor to his local food bank and that he’s recently applied for a Saturday job as public executioner for so-called Islamic State.