James Corden gets teary singing with Paul McCartney on Carpool Karaoke

Ruben Ruiz
June 22, 2018

Yes, he can drive his auto.

Fortunately, the Late Late Show host found a tour guide in Sir Paul McCartney, who joined Corden for an across-the-pond edition of Carpool Karaoke on Thursday night.

While the pair drove through the streets of McCartney's hometown of Liverpool, they belted out beloved Beatles songs before the segment got unprecedentedly deep and emotional. Crowds gathered wherever they went, shaking hands, asking for autographs and often overcome with emotion at seeing McCartney in person.

"He is", McCartney sweetly assured him. "Just let it be", he said she told him in the dream - which of course then inspired the famous song. "I didn't see that one coming around the corner", he said as he wiped tears from his eyes. "It's weird how it can do that to you".

While in the house, McCartney showed Corden where he and John Lennon would rehearse and write, and recounted the moment he and Lennon finished writing "She Loves You".

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Corden told him: "Your music is so full of positivity and joy and a message of love and togetherness, I feel like it's more relevant today than it's maybe ever been".

Corden, who installed himself behind the bar, encouraged patrons to try out the jukebox - and then a curtain dropped, revealing McCartney on a stage with a band.

Sir Paul sits down at the piano and plays When I'm 64.

McCartney also showed Corden his favorite spot in the house, the bathroom, which he calls the "acoustic chamber", because "everything sounds better in the bath", McCartney sang to Corden, while also explaining that he would spend hours with his guitar in it.

"I think this is an afternoon none of us will forget", James then said as he and Paul wrapped their mini-concert with a performance of "Hey Jude".

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