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Julia Roberts took a trip down memory lane with James Corden to act out some of her past roles on Wednesday night’s episode of “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”

Corden kicked off the “Role Call” segment, asking Roberts if she was ready to begin and she replied, “As ready as I’m going to get” before launching into a lightning round of 26 short skits in less than 10 minutes.

The duo began with “Notting Hill” and continued to some of Roberts’ most popular films like “Pretty Woman,” “Erin Brockovich,” and “Flatliners,” rapidly changing costumes and props.

During the condensed “Ocean’s 11 & 12” skit, Corden dressed up in a wig with a cup, a bottle, and two baby dolls strapped to his chest.

“What are you doing?” Roberts asked, seeming confused.

“I’m being George Clooney. I’ve got a coffee, tequila, and a couple of these,” he said, gesturing to the baby dolls.

In one skit, Roberts told a crying Corden he wasn’t ugly and the comedian responded, “I know I’m not! Who said I’m ugly?” Roberts then revealed that the scene was a plug for her new film “Wonder,” which will be released on Nov. 17.

Roberts and Corden concluded the segment by reenacting “My Best Friend’s Wedding” and singing a duet of “I Say A Little Prayer.”

Previous “Role Call” participants include Samuel L. Jackson, Tom Cruise, Tom Hanks, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Matt Damon.

Watch the full video above.