Vogue’slongtime editor-in-chief appeared on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” Wednesdaywithout her trademark sunglassesto play a round of“Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts.” In addition to the grotesque items typically featured in the game, like bull penis and chili dog smoothies, Corden also included what he called Wintour’s “worst nightmare”: fast food.
Wintour opted to take a bite of bacon-wrapped pizza rather than rank designersTom Ford,Marc JacobsandRalph Laurenfrom best to worst. But she wasted no time or calories when asked whom she’d never invite back to the annual Met Gala, fashion’s biggest event.
“Donald Trump,” she responded to an eruption of laughter and cheering from the audience, saving herself from having to eat pickled pig’s feet.
Trump attended the Met Gala with now-first ladyMelania Trumpa total ofnine timesbetween 2004 and 2012. But Wintour made no secret of her support forHillary Clintonduring the presidential campaign. Vogue made itsfirst-ever endorsementin favor of Clinton last year, and Wintour evenserved as a fashion consultanton the campaign trail.
It was a bit confusing, then, whenWintour met with Trumpduring the days leading up to his inauguration and later implied that his wife will likely land a Vogue coverduring her husband’s time in office. But this development, while cheeky, makes her position on the president seem pretty clear.
Corden didn’t get off so easy in the game, either. He ate a bug in lieu of revealing the “Carpool Karaoke” guest he had to “fake the most enthusiasm for,” and copped out of a request to critique Wintour’s outfit by saying he thinks she should wear Crocs more often and bring them into the world of high fashion. He must not have gottenthe memo from Christopher Kane.
Watch the entire hilarious exchange above. Meanwhile, we’ll be watching this GIF of Wintour taking a bite of pizza for the foreseeable future.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.