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James Corden doing Carpool Karaoke with One Direction is superb


He’s warbled with Wonder, belted out hits with Bieber, but this is nothing compared to James Corden’s latest Carpool Karaoke, which sees the US talk show host pick One Direction up for a spin.

Not only does Corden hold his own vocally, even managing to incorporate some dance moves into the mix, he arguably upstages the lot of them. If they ever decide to postpone the break, at least they know there’s another British heartthrob they can call on. And now we know why Zayn left – there aren't enough seats are there?

If any young men can drive around singing non-ironically to One Direction songs, it’s these guys.

Watch them in action below.



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