Monday's (April 25) edition of James Corden's "Late Late Show" opened with a nearly four-minute parody of Beyonce's "Lemonade."

"Lemonjames: A Visual Monologue" was an elaborate spoof of the hour-long film companion to Beyonce's latest "visual album" that premiered Saturday night on HBO and has had the Internet abuzz ever since.

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Corden's rendition was detailed down to the whispered voice-over and surrealist imagery, including a shot of Corden in a bra and panties and title cards indicating different themes. In Corden's case, the title cards included "Monologue" and "Trump Joke" rather than Beyonce's "Anger" and "Apathy."

"I try to write a monologue for your night after night, even when we don't have a show," Corden says in voice-over. "I write a monologue, but you don't see that."

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Corden zeroed in on one of "Lemonade's" most talked-about moments, Beyonce's reference to "Becky with the good hair." That line has been widely interpreted as a reference to a woman that may have had a romantic relationship with Beyonce's husband, music mogul Jay Z.

In Corden's case, the line is directed at one of his late-night TV rivals: "Does that make you laugh like Jimmy with the good hair?"

Posted by:Variety Staff