British comedian James Corden is preparing for his big move stateside, as the 36 year old gears up to take over ‘The Late, Late Show’ on CBS, when host Craig Ferguson ends his decade long run later this month. In the meantime, Corden has opened up to mag GQ about the upcoming move, while also showing more than a little back while being pictured in his very British kitchen.

James CordenJames Corden covers this month's GQ magazine

Speaking about moving his family to Hollywood Corden said he still refuses to dress up for the paparazzi telling the mag, “I still believe, ‘If I put this hat on, no one will see me!’”

But the comedian and actor could have done with a little dressing up for the magazine’s photoshoot, which sees Corden pictured from behind in his kitchen wearing nothing but a Union Jack apron and some patriotic socks.

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The future ‘Late Late Show’ host also expressed his bafflement at the need for Hollywood stars to have numerous assistants, something he’ll never get."What is the problem with these people?” Corden asked.

"I mean, how hard is it to make a phone call? I don't understand it. Why would you put a gap in between you and something done quicker?”

But while his new job may be a dream come true, Corden had no problem dishing to the mag about his first-ever job as a waiter. "I was 17 at the time, which was really when people started having house parties," Corden said.

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"So, what I would do to people who were having cool parties to get an invite, I'd go, 'Yeah, I can get alcohol. Dude, totally. I steal it from work! And I once tried to steal 50 bottles of beer in a rucksack in two bags and was walking towards the door. I went 'Night everyone see you!' and my bags are just going clink, clink, clink.”

The full James Corden interview appears in this month’s issue of GQ magazine.