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WATCH: Ariana Grande, James Corden find their way out of ‘gate to hell’ escape room

By: - Reporter
/ 05:34 PM November 01, 2018

Since Ariana Grande declared she is a fan of Halloween, she tagged James Corden along to go with her through an “escape room.”

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The pop star and talk show host had a lot to freak out about while they encountered scary monsters, as seen in a clip of “The Late Late Show” posted on YouTube Tuesday, Oct. 30.

Grande told Corden that she loves being scared “because it’s so much fun.”

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“I go to, like, haunted houses and stuff. Usually escape rooms aren’t that scary, but I do love escape rooms,” she said.

Both went through obstacles to figure out their way out. They were greeted by creatures, such as a long-haired monster who scared them by getting out of a crib. Grande, carried away, cursed at the creature as it exited, “You’re a b*tch!”

They both showed that teamwork is the key to getting out of the haunted quarters. But before they finally escaped, they got spooked again by a mysterious man in a mask who crawled towards them — which at one point made Grande trip.

Finally out of the nightmare, Corden asked Grande — who is then seen with a bandage on her left hand — if she was okay.

“I’ve been to 300 escape rooms,” she said. “That’s not an escape room. That’s one of the seven gates to hell.” JB

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