During a special segment for a fake news show, called "CBS This Evening," Corden reported, "It's been nearly five days since this story was first reported and with every additional day that passes, this is quickly becoming one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of our time." Hunt agreed as she chimed in, stating, "At this point, there are only two worlds that exist. The world before March 26, 2018 and the world after March 26, 2018. Or, whenever you saw the story trending on Twitter."
To help them uncover the viral mystery, Corden and Hunt were joined by their field reporter, Ben Schwartz and in-studio correspondent, Chris O'Dowd. Unfortunately, but also hilariously, none of them could really figure out how to throw to each other's shots. Despite some difficulties, Corden and Hunt gathered all of the information they knew so far. "As we all know, news of Beyoncé's alleged biter first broke after a GQ interview with Tiffany Haddish went viral earlier this week," shared Hunt.
Tiffany Haddish recently stated during an Instagram live that she will never reveal who bit Beyoncé, because she signed a non-disclosure agreement. However, according to the comedienne, and also confirmed by Chrissy Teigen, the biter is an actress. So, Hunt wanted to make one thing very clear- she did not bite Beyoncé.