Things got a little personal last night when Anne Hathaway and James Corden had a rap battle on The Late Late Show. Both the actress and comedian showed off their hilariously entertaining (and actually good) skills as they went bar for bar, but it was Hathaway who brought her A-game.

Spitting lines like "Blimey governor / Your accent makes me sick / Are you also allergic to suits that fit?" and “I saw the One Direction game you did with the tattoo / The one direction that makes sense is away from you," the actress had Corden shook.

Corden held his own though, as he took shots like “Now it’s her turn to act a little scary / ‘Cause the only Catwoman I acknowledge is Halle Berry.” But Hathaway took the crown with this bossed-up final line: “I battle with love and joy, so I am always unafraid / But son, now you know how it feels to get Hatha-slayed.” BURN!

Take your pick of who truly won the rap battle above, and catch Hathaway playing the White Queen in the trailer for Alice Through the Looking Glass, out this Friday.