Kate Winslet uses Stephen Colbert's desk to prove she could've saved Jack on 'Titanic'

Kate Winslet cruised onto The Late Show With Stephen Colbert where they talked about the upcoming 20th anniversary of the titanic blockbuster, Titanic. And when the topic of freezing water came up, Colbert couldn't help mentioning the film's most scrutinized moment.

Initially, Colbert asked Winslet about the rumor that she got pneumonia from shooting in cold water. Winslet said she did not, but she did get hypothermia because she was "really f**king cold."

Then Colbert pointed out, "In the famous line you say 'I'll never let you go, Jack.' But you lied." To which Winslet admitted, "I know. I agree, I lied, I fully lied...I let him go."

Winslet went on to prove that she could have saved Jack, who was played by Leonardo DiCaprio.

With Colbert playing the role of Jack, and his desk playing the role of the door, Winslet climbed onto the desk and pulled Colbert up. She said, "Come on, darling. There's room for two."