James Corden pulls the ultimate prank on David Beckham

David Beckham at la galaxy ceremony

David Beckham at la galaxy ceremony

In a clip released on Monday's The Late Late Show, Beckham was shocked at the sculpture, calling it "embarrassing" before asking the film crew to turn off the cameras.

Here's how it went down.

On Monday night's "Late Late Show", Corden revealed that he thought it would be a amusing idea to swap out L.A. Galaxy's real statue of the soccer superstar for an extremely unflattering fake.

The legendary footballer is due to have a statue unveiled at his former team LA Galaxy's stadium, but before the official reveal James chose to make some mischief.

The real Beckham statue was eventually unveiled at StubHub Center at LA Galaxy's 2019 MLS season opener earlier this month.

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The star clapped politely before raising his issues with the actor playing the sculptor, saying: "It's slightly different from what it was when I saw it in Chicago". "Look at my chin!" It doesn't really look nothing like me.

"It doesn't really look nothing like me though, look at my eyes". The only thing that's good is that hair.

"If my kids were to see this, I think they'd just cry!" "Look how long my arms are". "Yeah, but there was capturing me in motion but also making me... look at my chin!"

Corden then signalled for a forklift driver to knock over the plastic model and ran onto the set, yelling, "Oh my God what's happened?" with his pal then clicking onto the scheme and bursting into laughter. At this point, Corden came bounding out from his perch in hysterics, and the two embraced into a good-natured hug.

Watch the prank for yourself and get ready for David Beckhams hilarious reaction.

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