TV presenter and TV presenter James Corden has written an article for the Sunday Times in which he discusses his experience with the light in his own home.
Corden, a light bulb-wielding light bulb evangelist, said he was amazed by the amount of light that could be turned on at the same time.
“There was one point when I was just watching the sky, and the whole ceiling was lit by an artificial source of light, which was actually quite amazing.
It was like, ‘Holy shit, that’s light!'”
He said: “The most amazing thing about this is it’s not just something that happens in your home.
“And that’s a pretty good way to look at it.””
Corden has become a major celebrity for using light to illuminate his home, particularly during his weekly daytime program. “
And that’s a pretty good way to look at it.”
Corden has become a major celebrity for using light to illuminate his home, particularly during his weekly daytime program.
Last year he hosted an annual light show at his home which attracted hundreds of thousands of viewers.
He told the Times: “I’m not the only one who’s been able to use it to light up my home.
I’m one of many who have had a huge light show with my lights and stuff, and it’s been amazing.”
Cords light show last year, which drew thousands of people to his homeCordens light show this year drew a crowd of thousands at his front door in the wake of his first-ever light show, which attracted a huge crowd to his front doorstep.
The BBC’s Top Gear has also been lighting up the city of Bristol with its own light show on Friday night.
The programme, which started on Friday evening, is part of a wider programme of daytime programmes featuring cars, lights, and other vehicles.
The programme’s first show, hosted by presenter Jeremy Clarkson, attracted more than 4 million viewers.