James Corden admits that his decision to leave as host of was «really hard» to make, but he stands by it and is proud of what the show has accomplished during his tenure.The comic actor and host spoke with ET's Nischelle Turner on Tuesday at an FYC Event for the talk show in Hollywood, and he opened up about his recent announcement that he'd signed on to host for only one more year, and then would be departing the talk show.«I just sort of felt like maybe we'd done enough?
Maybe we'd done everything we wanted to do,» Corden said, explaining the thought process behind his announced future exit. «When I took the job — firstly, I didn't think we'd be on the air, like, six months later.
Then as soon as it seemed like we'd be on for a little while, I was very very determined that the show wouldn't over stay it's welcome in any way and that we would always know when to leave.
That we'd always know when to go out on top, because I think that's really important.»While he feels he's hit the mark with his timing, it didn't make the decision any less difficult.«It was really hard, and, you know, there is family decisions and all the things like that.Read more on etonline.com