News Rock 25/06/2018

Paul McCartney Brings James Corden To Tears With A Special Liverpool Edition Of 'Carpool Karaoke'

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) James Corden kicked off his final "Late Late Show" in London with a special edition of 'Carpool Karaoke' with Paul McCartney.
The pair toured McCartney's childhood home, visited Penny Lane, and surprised Liverpool pub-goers with an impromptu concert.
In a touching moment, McCartney shared with Corden that his mother was the inspiration behind his hit song, "Let It Be."
Corden began to tear up after the duo sang the legendary tune. The full clip of their adventure clocks in at almost half an hour and it's worth watching every minute.

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