Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaObama issues statement praising Paul Volcker Michelle Obama: Do I think US can come back from Trump impeachment? 'Oh yeah' Obamas buy home on Martha's Vineyard MORE is reworking her famed phrase to "when they go low, we also go low" — at least when it comes to a celeb-packed dodgeball game against James Corden.

In a scripted Monday night sketch for CBS's "The Late Late Show," the former first lady and Corden attempt to settle a playful debate about whether Britain or the United States is superior.
"We're better at sports," says the British-born late-night TV host.
"I don't think that's true. And if it is, you have nothing to do with it," the former first lady replies to Corden. The pair then decides that a fierce game of dodgeball will determine the ultimate international victor.
Obama's "Team USA" — which includes actresses Melissa McCarthy, Allison Janney, Mila Kunis, Kate Hudson and Lena Waithe — faces off against Corden's celeb squad.
"Team U.K." features singer Harry Styles, actor Benedict Cumberbatch, "Game of Thrones" star John Bradley and "Late Late Show" bandleader Reggie Watts (who noted in the skit that he's actually American, and not British).
"I've made some calls, and let's just say this team is getting to eat them for breakfast," Obama boasts. "For breakfast — the most important meal of the day," she adds.
Obama — who famously said during the 2016 Democratic National Convention, "When they go low, we go high," quipped while coaching her team, "When they go low, we also go low ... because that's how dodgeball works!"
The Americans claim the first win in the series of three games, before Corden's team ties up the face-off in the second round. In the third game, Cumberbatch gets Obama out with a direct hit to her side. An announcer says of Cumberbatch, "He's looking guilty about that one. He can probably expect a visit from the Secret Service later." But Team USA eventually pulls through with the win.
"At the end of the day, what's important is we showed kids that exercise can be fun. That's the big thing," Corden says after the match. "Honestly, I can't even remember who won or lost."
"Oh no, you lost," Obama interjects before doing a victory dance in front of the camera. "We won."
The episode featuring the "Becoming" author kicks off a week of "Late Late" shows from London. 
It's not the first time Obama's yukked it up with Corden — she belted out Beyonce songs as a surprise guest on the show's the long-running "Carpool Karaoke" sketch in 2016.