James Corden Would Rather Not Talk About That Balthazar Omelet
When the morning talk show host hosts David Letterman and Jimmy Kimmel were asked about their personal relationships, they both laughed at the idea that they were in a romantic relationship. And when it was pointed out to them that a romantic relationship meant that they would probably end up talking about that Balthazar Omelet, they were equally unfazed.
But Jimmy Kimmel and David Letterman are very different men. They were born two weeks apart, and they will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary in February. But when they do come together, they bring with them different strengths and different flaws, and if there is ever a time when they are comfortable talking about their personal relationships, it is with the press.
It was recently reported that a friend of David Letterman’s asked him if he and his wife were in a relationship, and he said, “It’s not going to be a question I’ll be asked very often. That’s not something I’m comfortable talking about. We’re both adults.”
Jimmy Kimmel’s wife Jessica Biel once told The Daily Beast about how they don’t try to create a comfortable environment for each other, and neither of them wants to be the one to break the news on them:
When they have a joke, “It’s all good,” Kimmel said, adding, “They can be on different sides of the bed at night. But if I come out of the shower and I see them in bed, that’s, like, I’m, like, not sleeping. And sometimes Jessica will get up to go to the bathroom. So I can’t really do that.”
Letterman is the more extroverted of the couple, and he can come across as a bit of a chameleon when he goes into a more serious mode. But he has a softer