Former Hazlemere resident James Corden was joined by several big names in the theatre industry to celebrate President Donald Trump’s last day in office.

The outgoing president lost the 2020 election to former VP Joe Biden, who starts his new role on Thursday, January 21 as the commander in chief.

Bucks Free Press: James Corden (Chris Pizzello/PA)James Corden (Chris Pizzello/PA)

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He was Barack Obama’s number two between 2009 and 2016.

To remember the occasion, the former 'Gavin and Stacey' star, who grew up in the county as he attended both Park Middle School and Holmer Green Upper, penned a parody of ‘One Day More’ from the famous musical, 'Les Misérables', which was aired on his talk show, ‘The Late Late Show’.

James' video that went viral 

During the segment, the 42-year-old was seen throwing magazines and newspapers focusing on Trump into the bin, with other big Broadway names such as Chris Weller, Rachel Yonda, Amy Lee-Suits, Rob Engalia and Matt Lucas all making appearances.

There were also references to the outgoing president not respecting the outcome of the election, MAGA supporters not wearing masks as well as their rights to firearms.

Bucks Free Press: Donald and Melania Trump leaving the White House on January 20 (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)Donald and Melania Trump leaving the White House on January 20 (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

The video then ends by showing that a donation was made to Broadway Cares, a non-profit organization that raises funds for AIDS-related causes across the United States, as a thank you to the actors who participated in the video.

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This was aimed as a reminder to viewers of the struggles the theatre industry has faced across the globe during the global pandemic.

The video was uploaded onto Twitter and it has been viewed nearly two million times.