James Corden learned an important lesson Thursday night: Don't mess with a Friends cast member or an a capella pro. Following his battle competition with Anne Hathaway earlier this week, the host of The Late Late Show produced another session of Drop the Mic, in which he faced off against David Schwimmer, the upcoming star of the upcoming AMC series Feed the Beast, in a rap battle.
Corden kicked things off: "Millennials, let me introduce you to this guy, his name is David, he was famous in '95," the host rapped. "He was a Kardashian on TV but that was only for pretend. You played Robert and that was a great combo, but you were so white you should have probably played the Bronco. ... But now you've got the chance to prove you've got balls, while I ignore you like Jennifer Aniston does your calls." Ohhhh, hard to come back from that.
But Schwimmer wasn't going home without a fight. "A Brit in America's your one claim to fame, we all know as an actor your roles were all the same ... You must be a masochist, you want to battle me, this won't end well, mate, it's not Love Actually," he rapped.
With the next rounds, it seemed as though Schwimmer was going to take it, but then Watts announced a new contender: Rebel Wilson! "Enough of this clapping, why the hell do you want to hear two white men rapping? I'm the Rebel MC, I'm crack-a-lackin, I'm packing boobs, show these dudes what they're lacking. David your career it's a huge mistake, it's like Ross and Rachel, it's 'on a break.' All hecks aside, I think you're great. I'm your biggest fan ... when I was 8," she said. And don't think she let Corden off the hook. "Carpool Karaoke, you think it's your big thing but everyone is thinking, 'Shut up and let Adele sing!' You speak English but you can't even rap, your rhymes are non-existent like my inner thigh gap. Don't battle me cause you know it's not worth it, everybody knows my rhymes are Pitch Perfect!"
Clearly Wilson was crowned the winner.
Watch Schwimmer and Wilson show off their rap skills in the video above.