James Corden Joins Coldplay On Stage, Sings Tribute To Prince

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James Corden Joins Coldplay On Stage, Sings Tribute To Prince

James Corden was interviewing celebrities long before he was the host of "The Late Late Show". Meat Loaf begins the slightly awkward interview with Corden. "I'll be honest, I didn't know how big it was when I said, 'yes, '" Corden quipped.

Now could you imagine a Carpool Karaoke with Meat Loaf? The answer was the usual stuff: "Do the best you can do", "Never give up, never quit", yadda yadda.

During the segment, Corden enjoys an English breakfast with the "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" singer and asks if he prefers performing or promotional tours.

Who knew he got his start so early?

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When you are a late night show host, you make a lot of friends.

It seems like he's off remotely like the rest of the birthday wishes, but it turns out that Jordan is live and he's ready to sing his iconic tune, "This Is How We Do It" with Corden. "I feel lucky every time I get in the vehicle with any of these people who I just really admire and respect".

The Brit singer-songwriter chatted with Corden about trashing hotel rooms and the rock star life before playing "Everyday" to ritually summon A$AP Rocky into the backseat. In fact, this video was such a big hit.

Numerous skills that make Corden such an expert interviewer today ― his sense of humor, charm and insightful questions ― are already evident in the short clip, but it's his confidence that's clearly grown since his days on the entertainment morning beat. When it was over, the band had a special surprise up their sleeve.

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