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Watch James Corden's hilarious Beyoncé 'Lemonade' spoof

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You probably never thought you needed to see James Corden in a bath, rubbing water on himself and pretending to be Beyoncé.

You totally do, though. There's been a lot of hype about the musician's new visual album which dissects her marriage to Jay-Z and has got the rumour mill spinning like never before.

James Corden decided to capitalise on this during 'The Late Late Show', and released a video of himself talking about his troubles as a dramatic monologue.

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He puts on a wig, knickers and a bra and looks seductively at the camera as his monologue plays in the background.

The comedian also tries to make his own lemonade before giving up and asking someone to get him a can instead.

Mr. Corden vocalises his issues - he finds it hard to tell jokes about the news which aren't about Donald Trump: "I don't want to do another Trump joke. I've exhausted that topic. I've talked about his hair, his tiny baby hands. Doing Trump jokes makes me feel dirty".

The album is believed to confirm rumours that Jay-Z has been unfaithful, which have been circulating for years now – and came to a head after the singer’s sister Solange was filmed attacking her brother-in-law in a lift at a a Met Gala after-party in 2014.

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Many have suggested that the lyrics featured in Lemonade all but confirm the cheating stories – as do some of the visuals, in which an incandescent, outraged singer is seen smashing a car window with a baseball bat.

“Who the f___ do you think I am? You ain’t married to no average bitch, boy, You can watch my fat ass twist, boy, as I bounce to the next d___ boy,” B fiercely declares during one song.

Elsewhere, during a spoken-word segment, she talks about: “still coiled deep the need to know, are you cheating on me?”

Rita Ora was one of the women fans thought could be the woman the singer references in her visual album, but Ms. Ora has denied these claims.