James Corden Confronts His Cheating ‘Girlfriend’ Meg Ryan Using Only The Best Beyoncé Lyrics

It’s not her fault she’s “flawless.”

Meg Ryan and Adam Scott were guests on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" on Monday night.

Along with Corden, they put on an extremely clever sketch that used only Beyoncé lyrics ranging from Destiny's Child's "Say My Name," to "Baby Boy" and "Flawless." The writing session for this script must have been interesting, to say the least.

Set up as a soap opera, Corden walks in on his girlfriend while she is in bed. Clearly, something is up, because Ryan has been "acting kind of shady" and isn't "calling him baby" lately. 

There must be a clear reason for this "sudden change." Once he finds a man, Scott, under the covers, it's time to "ring the alarm."

It turns out, Scott is Ryan’s “baby boy,” who has been “graining on that wood.” Bummer.

When Corden wants to find out how this has happened, Ryan confesses that she's "been drinkin'," she's "been drinkin'." It's hard when you're "Drunk in Love," we guess. 

Ryan tries to confront Corden, who is all "crazy in love," telling him that he is her "saving grace." Corden isn't having it at all and wants to teach his girlfriend a lesson. 

Borrowing a line from "Single Ladies," she's just going to have to "learn what it's like" to miss him. 

How will this end? Who will Meg Ryan choose as her lover? Why does Adam Scott drop a Lady Gaga line in the middle of this sketch?

All of these questions and more will be answered in the video below: