Harry Styles Hosts ‘The Late Late Show’, Interviews Himself, Performs “Adore You” and More!

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Courtesy of CBS/'The Late Late Show with James Corden'
Courtesy of CBS/’The Late Late Show with James Corden’

This week on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Corden is having guest hosts fill in for him while he’s away shooting The Prom — an upcoming comedy musical. The other night, Harry Styles took the position for the second time. He first hosted the show in 2017 to promote his self-titled album and now he’s taking back the reigns to promote his new album Fine Line, which is out December 13.

The show opened up with a shot of Styles in a car where he then picks up Corden himself. While on the commute, Corden gives Styles advice on hosting and they then have a glorious mini session of Carpool Karaoke where Styles and Corden sing Watermelon Sugar off of Styles’ new album.

Once in studio, Styles did an opening monologue where he joked that he would always be wherever Corden needs him … as long as he has a new album to promote. Styles also recapped the day’s biggest news.

In Corden-like fashion, Styles also plays a game of Spill Your Guts with Kendall Jenner that is a truth-telling game where you either answer prying questions or eat whatever gross food the person answering the question gives you. As anticipated, Styles ate the gross food almost every single time.

There was also a delightful segment where Styles interviewed himself because, if there’s anything better than one Harry its two. Styles introduced himself as the musical guest for the evening before he performed “Adore You” off his brand new album.

Styles then switched gears to the performance stage to wrap up the show where he served as musical guest. The stage was similarly set up like his music video for the song he performed, “Adore You.”

Fine Line, the second studio album by Harry Styles, will be released December 13.

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