Britton discussed her 'People v. O.J. Simpson' role on Thursday's 'Late Late Show'

By Christian Holub
March 11, 2016 at 03:52 PM EST
CBS

In addition to her starring role on Nashville, Connie Britton also appears on James Corden’s favorite TV show, The People v. O.J. Simpson, as Faye Resnick, who wrote a tell-all book about Nicole Brown Simpson. Corden was curious about one scene from the show in particular, in which Britton’s Resnick mentions a “Brentwood hello.”

“This was a shock to me, because I live in Brentwood, and no one said hello to me like this,” Corden said. “No one said hello to me, period.”

“People don’t really say hello in Brentwood,” Britton said. “Unless it’s like this.”

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For all those poor souls out there without access to Urban Dictionary, Corden then explained the meaning of the phrase: “A man is asleep in his bed, and a lady would go in and she would wake him up with her [gesture] on his [gesture].” He asked Britton if she believed Resnick’s story was true.

“I absolutely believe it’s true, because Faye said it, and I’m Faye, and I don’t lie,” Britton said.

Watch the full clip below.

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