Shoutout to Canada! James Corden had the ultimate surprise on his The Late Late Show this past week that put the spotlight on a Calgary teacher looking to give back. The Canadian even got help from another exciting celeb.\nJamie Anderson, along with the school he works at, have set up a hotline called the Ever After School joke hotline for senior citizens. Stocked with pre-recorded jokes, it’s meant to help put a smile on their faces.\nAccording to Corden, the hotline has been getting hundreds of calls every day. They’ve even received joke submission from around the world!\nAfter calling the number himself and giving his viewers a taste of the family friendly jokes featured on the other end, he invited the Alberta teacher onto his show.\nAnderson explained that the idea for the jokes actually originated with his students. With in person school cancelled for the year, the students needed to come up with a volunteer program that could still happen.\nWith the help of their teacher they created the joke hotline.\nView this post on Instagram WE ARE SO EXCITED!! @latelateshow is featuring The Joy4All Project as part of their 3 things to cheer you up! Tune in tonight for an awesome surprise!! Huge thanks to the LLS team for being wonderful and helping us share some joy 🙌🏼🙌🏼 A post shared by Joy 4 All Project (@joy4allproject) on May 19, 2020 at 5:45pm PDT\nHe went on to admit that calls have started to slow down in recent days, but Corden had the perfect solution.\nInviting comedian and actor Billy Crystal onto the show, the Canadian teacher walked away with a few more jokes under his sleeve.\nCrystal recorded his own jokes like, “What did one hat say to another? You wait here, I’ll go on ahead!” to add to the hotline.\nIf you want to be a part of the laughter, you can check out more about the Ever After School joke hotline on their website, or even call the number (1-877-JOY-4ALL).\nYou can watch the full interview below.