1. Watch Charlie Puth Nearly Spill His Guts on 'The Late Late Show'

Watch Charlie Puth Nearly Spill His Guts on 'The Late Late Show'

Watch Charlie Puth Nearly Spill His Guts on 'The Late Late Show'

Charlie Puth is a good sport. What he isn't, though, is a man with an iron stomach. The Late Late Show host James Corden learned that on Wednesday night ( Oct. 11) when he asked the "How Long" singer to join Frozen voice-actor Josh Gad, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s Rachel Bloom and Downton Abbey’s Michelle Dockery for the latest edition of “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts." 

In case you haven't played before, the rules are simple: answer an uncomfortable question, or east one of the wide array of truly disgusting "food" items in front of you.  

Puth was visibly uncomfortable from the start. He warned the team, “People who know me, I have a very very sensitive stomach and I can’t even be around Brussel sprouts let alone this stuff.” The questions started out rather weak compared to what was to come. Corden assigned the American team to eat turkey testicles if Gad would not answer the question, “Have you ever used the Olaf voice in bed?” Luckily Gad answered that he had not yet used the voice in that manner, and the team passed on the fowl sex organs.

Later in the game, the questions got a lot more personal. Bloom nearly did Puth in when she admitted to never having seen Downton Abbey, even though she had told Dockery she loved her character when they met earlier backstage. Because of this admission - and inability to answer the question -  the entire American team was forced to take a sip of bird saliva.  

Gad stated the obvious, “I just want to go on record, this is the worst game ever.” It later turned out to be true for Puth, as he chose to, literally, spill his guts with the last question when forced to eat a grasshopper for not agreeing to say whether Meghan Trainor or Selena Gomez was a better singer.

Watch the entire segment below, if your stomach is less sensitive than Puth’s, and see him a bit more composed with a settled stomach during his Late Late Show performance of "Attention."