Feb. 28 (UPI) -- James Corden sang his own version of La La Land's "Audition" song Monday on the Late Late Show to poke fun at the Oscars' recent Best Picture flub.
"Was this a mix-up, a conspiracy, a fix-up? Or was Warren Beatty just blind?" the late night host sang about how La La Land was mistakenly first announced as Best Picture at the Oscars Sunday ahead of real winner Moonlight.
"Here's to the ones who lose. God, I need so much booze. Here's to the ones who hope, who switched that envelope? They told them, Moonlight, come give your speech on your film about hand jobs on the beach. This result doesn't seem right. Oscars used to be so white!" he continued.
Following the mistake, PricewaterhouseCoopers, the accounting firm that has overseen the Oscars ballot-counting process for 83 years, apologized for the on-air flub and vowed to investigate the manner.
La La Land was first announced as Best Picture as presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway were mistakenly given the envelope announcing Stone's win for Best Actress for her role in the film, not the envelope announcing Best Picture.