James Corden has become the familiar face of the Brit Awards after hosting the ceremony for the last three years but he has now revealed that he is unsure if he wants to continue in the role.
Speaking to Radio 1’s Greg James he admitted that although he loves the show, he thinks he will only do it for one more year:
"I really love it, I'm such a fan. I think if I do it it'll be the last time I do. It's probably time to hand it over to someone younger and better looking."
James Corden has hosted the Brit Awards for the last three years (WENN.com)
As much as James has enjoyed hosting the awards he also confessed to finding the live aspect of the show nerve wracking. "I love doing the Brits until the moment you actually have to do it," he explained. "The day before and everything is amazing, then the moment they go, 'And you're live now', you just think, 'Something's going to happen'.
If next year is James’ last, then the former ‘Gavin and Stacey’ star does want to make sure it is a memorable one: "I hope we can get a little bit of that sort of anarchic flavour back to it. If I do it then I would like to go out with a bang."
Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw has been tipped as a replacement for James Corden (Lia Toby/WENN.com)
The Brit Awards have produced many memorable moments over the years such as Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker invading Michael Jackson’s performance in 1996, Geri Halliwell’s Union Jack very small mini dress the following year and the Osbourne family hosting in 2008.
If the comedian does host the ceremony next year he will have equalled Chris Evans' record of hosting the event four times. Nick Grimshaw, Jack Whitehall and Fearne Cotton are currently tipped to take over the role if James does leave.