Late night television will never be the same. Tuesday, former One Direction member Harry Styles stepped into James Corden’s shoes to host “The Late Late Show.” With some well-timed jokes and his charming stage presence, Harry appeared to be a natural behind a talk show desk. And he didn’t fall on his face, either.
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A “Late Late Show” week-long takeover wouldn’t be complete without a ride in James Corden’s karaoke car, but this time Harry Styles was in the passenger seat. As James points out in the beginning of the latest “Carpool Karaoke,” Harry was crammed in the backseat with his One Direction bandmates during his last go-round.
They kicked things off with “Sign of the Times,” which Harry admits to sometimes bringing him to tears. “But in a cool way,” he assures.
After harmonizing on Harry’s mom’s favorite song, “Sweet Creature,” and proving that Harry can pull off even the most intense BBQ dad look, the two take on Outkast’s “Hey Ya.” Harry and James also cover “Endless Love.”
Towards the end, James tries to help Harry figure out his next step with acting and they agree he should go for a romantic comedy. They go back and forth with lines from “Notting Hill” and “Titanic” after Harry admits that his favorite movie is “The Notebook.”
“I feel like I should say my favorite movie is ‘Fight Club’ or something, but it’s just not,” Harry says.
Watch Harry’s full ‘Carpool Karaoke” episode below.
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Harry Styles’ night two as “The Late Late Show with James Corden” co-host included the singer performing the opening monologue. The singer joked about the current political scandals as well as hackers threatening to leak “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.”
“They could release this movie illegally. I guess you could say it’s a pirated video,” Harry said laughing at the many dad jokes he told during the four-minute opener. Sticking to the schedule set on Monday night, Harry also performed for the audience both with a juggling act and singing “Carolina.”
Watch clips from Harry’s second night on “The Late Late Show” below.
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It looks like Little Mix is still having a grand old time in America. The girls are still on Ariana Grande’s “Dangerous Woman Tour” as they prepare to to play a couple of California shows before spending some time down South. Despite the hectic travel schedule, the group did get to see a familiar face on Tuesday night. Little Mix appeared on “The Late Late Show” hosted by fellow Brit James Corden to perform “Touch.”
Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock suffered a bit of ribbing from James for their typically provocative outfits, but the girls stunned in four unique looks featuring pinks and purples combined with back mesh and leather.
The group had the crowd going wild as it sang its way through the audience, hit a few impressive solos and offered up a strobe light dance breakdown. Hair flips were also a consistent theme throughout the night.
See Little Mix catching up with James and performing “Touch” below.
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Noah Cyrus and her debut single partner Labrinth were the musical guests on Tuesday night’s episode of “The Late Late Show.” The two brought the crowd to a roaring applause within moments of beginning their performance of “Make Me (Cry).” Noah once again showed her vocal similarities to big sister Miley Cyrus, but she has made it known that she is paving her own way.
“Make Me (Cry)” hails from Noah’s upcoming debut album “NC-17.”
Check out the performance below.
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Lady Gaga didn’t just take over James Corden’s car on the Tuesday night episode of “The Late Late Show.” The singer took over the whole show. The talk show host was replaced by the singer who opened the show with the usual monologue before joining Reggie Watts and the band to perform “A-Yo.”
The singer also got a chance to ask former “Friends” star Matt LeBlanc a would-you-rather question involving TV series characters Monica and Rachel.
See Matt’s response to Gaga’s question and more of her “The Late Late Show” takeover below.
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