"Late Late Show" host James Corden was one of the many, many people shocked by President Trump's sudden decision to ban transgender people from the military yesterday. And he decided to voice his outrage in the way most likely to rile a President who's uncomfortable with anything "un-manly": through a big, beautiful, extra-sparkly song-and-dance routine.


Corden, the "Late Late Show" band, and a crew of four fabulous backup dancers performed a number riffing on the classic song "L-O-V-E," complete with a kickline and giant feathered fans.

"Trans vets might be nervous, but we thank you for your service—we have love for all of you," Corden sang, jazzily waving a pride flag.

Slow. Clap. 👏 🌈

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