Prankster Josh Pieters tricked Love Island stars Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury into thinking they were being interviewed by James Corden.
The couple, both 20, believed they were being interviewed by James on The Late Late Show, but they had been infact pranked by YouTube star Josh.
Tommy and Molly-Mae were told that technical issues meant they could not see James during the ‘interview’, but he could see them.
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Josh used questions that James had asked previous guests on his chat show to put to Molly and Tommy, who sat on their couch at home.
In one of his lines, James says: “I don’t know if people know this but you are a couple? You’re dating.”
Molly and Tommy nod in unison as Tommy says: “You can call it dating if you want, yeah. It might be a little bit past that but OK,” appearing to refer to the fact that they have been living together ever since falling for each other in the Love Island villa last year.
The couple were then led to believe that James asked them how they have been coping ‘sheltering’ together during the lockdown, to which Molly-Mae replied: "It’s been fine, he’s been working out a lot. I’ve been doing a lot of tidying."
Boxer Tommy added: "I miss being punched in the face but what can you do?"
James then ‘asks’ Tommy who he’d love to play him in a movie, with him choosing Leonardo DiCaprio, while Molly-Mae chose Margot Robbie.
The fake interview then ends, with Tommy and Molly-Mae unaware that they have been pranked.
Josh Pieters is known for pulling a prank on Katie Hopkins by fooling her in to accepting a fake award.
When the controversial columnist's Twitter was suspended, Josh took to the social media platform to show the prank he pulled on her.
He shared an image of himself giving a trophy to Katie who rose to fame as a contestant on The Apprentice. On the screen behind the grinning pair are the words "Campaign to Unify the Nation Trophy.” The capitalised letters of this slogan read as a very rude swear word.
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He captioned it: "Now that Katie Hopkins can’t read Twitter, I can tell you that on Monday I made her fly to Prague to pick up a completely fake award. Video up shortly."
Josh then also posted the video of him presenting the award to the star who also competed in Celebrity Big Brother. In the footage he presented her with the award which she proudly accepts.
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