Michelle Obama takes on James Corden in a celebrity-packed dodgeball game

Michelle Obama takes on James Corden in a celebrity-packed dodgeball game

Michelle Obama takes on James Corden in a celebrity-packed dodgeball game

In the video above, it seems like Obama and Corden are about to do another round of Carpool Karaoke as she has done in the past.

Harry Styles joined James Corden's Late Late Show on Monday night (June 17) for a star-studded game of dodgeball, where Michelle Obama hit him straight in the groin with a ball.

Obama assembles a team of top-notch American superstars including Kate Hudson, Mila Kunis, Melissa McCarthy, Lena Waithe and Allison Janney. Corden's team involves on movie star (Benedict Cumberbatch), one Game Of Thrones star (Samwell Tarly, whose real-life name is apparently John Bradley), and Corden's own bandleader Reggie Watts.

As a former first lady, it's no surprise that Michelle Obama wasn't about to let James Corden get away with dissing America.

Mrs. Obama gave her team some encouraging words before the game.

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Team UK was ready to rock.

Obama prepped her team with, "Strength is not measured by how you throw the ball". It is measured in here. As a result, they decide to settle this like any normal adult: with a game of dodgeball. "It really is that simple", the announcer jokes.

The first round left Styles alone on the court; round two McCarthy and Obama were quickly taken out, later Cumberbatch the only United Kingdom player left and Kunis and Hudson took him out, getting a win for USA.

In the end, everyone got out and exercised, but Obama was quick to remind Corden who the victor was that day: "USA! USA! I can't even remember who won or lost".

Obama and Team USA were victorious.

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