Harry Styles to join James Corden for Carpool Karaoke

Harry Styles to drive fans wild with Carpool Karaoke on James Corden’s show

Harry Styles to drive fans wild with Carpool Karaoke on James Corden’s show

While settling in for his weeklong residency on the USA late night talk show on May 15, things got a little awkward after the comedian joked about Jenner - who Harry dated on and off between 2013 and 2016. "I thought it would feel like flying, I thought I was going to feel like, "this is the most awesome feeling ever" and instead it was like, 'I should get up now'". I thought it would feel like the most fantastic feeling ever.

On Monday, Corden revealed that the singer will also put his mark on the show.

He shared: "I'm really proud of it".

"The roller-coaster affects different people in different ways".

"Harry f**king did a stage dive and kicked me in the head with his Gucci shoe thank f**king God", one user wrote.

Russia's Putin performs impromptu piano recital ahead of Trump meeting
Another reporter at the news conference asked what tune Putin would play for US President Donald Trump if they were to meet.

Harry admitted to having learned valuable lessons from his experiences of dating other celebrities. It's part of growing up. I'm so excited. We haven't shot it yet, we're shooting it next week. I felt like, "this is the time to try it".

And for all Harry fans out there, the star will be on The Late Late Show all week.

As the musical guest, Harry performed his new album's lead single "Sign of the Times" as his first song on the residency.

Styles poked fun at his heart-throb image by gazing into the guard's eyes until she began giggling and blushing, waving him through the door - although Corden trying the same tactic later in the sketch had the opposite effect. People should always talk about things that are bothering them.

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