Gogglebox’s Amy Tapper reveals plans to move to LA to become that ‘next James Corden’

GOGGLEBOX star Amy Tapper has revealed she wants to move to Los Angeles in order to become the next James Corden.

The 22-year-old recently said she has a “connection” to the people in LA and would love to live in the sun-soaked California one day.

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Amy Tapper revealed she has aspirations of becoming the next James Corden[/caption]
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The 22-year-old shot to fame after appearing on Channel 4’s Gogglebox[/caption]

Amy, who rose to fame on the Channel 4 series Gogglebox alongside her parents and brother, also disclosed how her “ultimate dream” would be to live in LA.

Speaking about why she loves the city so much, Amy told OK: “I can’t put my finger on it! I was having a conversation with my friend before I went and we were discussing our callings in life.

“We were driving down Malibu and I just said ‘I think it is my calling’.

“I think it would have to be the people and the connection I have with the people out there that draws me to it so much.”

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Amy also added how she would love to have her own show one day.

She affirmed: “I have always said that my ultimate dream would be a James Corden Late Late Show, but me being James.

“Maybe one day I would go there for a few months to work if the opportunity came about and obviously that would be a dream, but who knows?”

Taking to Instagram last month, Amy shared a collection of snaps to her 79,000 followers and proudly disclosed how she has lost a staggering 33cm around her waist.

News of Amy’s sensational weight transformation comes after she was the target of online trolls following her debut on Gogglebox in 2016.

When fellow star Viv Woerdenweber showed off her weight loss, cyberbullies suggested she should give Amy tips and made nasty and vicious comments about her size.

The family rose above it and didn’t comment, but Amy went on to speak about fat-shaming during one episode of the show.

She told her family: “Even though being big is unhealthy, just as being too thin is unhealthy, it is portrayed as a bad thing.

“Fat is a way to describe someone, slim is a way to describe someone, pretty is a way to describe someone. But the word ‘fat’ is used as an insult.”

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Amy pictured during her stint on Celebs Go Dating in 2018[/caption]

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