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James Corden eyes up iconic rock duo for Carpool Karaoke before US chat show ends

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James Corden is set to leave the US chat series in 2024, giving it one last year.He made the switch to American TV in 2015, beginning his own show after the success of British comedy Gavin and Stacey.However, he's promised to make the last year of the Late Late show a great one and is said to be attempting to book one of his biggest acts yet.Corden is "beyond keen" to get the Stones duo of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards in his Range Rover to sing along to their sixty years of hits for a Carpool Karaoke.The High Wycombe born host has asked his bookers and producers to "go on an all out push" to land The Glimmer Twins as he brings his talk show run to an end within the next 12 months.Corden enjoyed one of his biggest Carpool Karaoke successes with another British rock and roll legend Sir Paul McCartney.But while Macca celebrated his life and career with Corden, The Stones have turned down many opportunities to perform on the beloved segment.A Los Angeles producer said: "Corden is on a mission to serve up to fans a year of great Carpool Karaokes with A list artists - and The Rolling Stones are top of his list."James is a huge fan of the band and their music."His dream is to sit in a car and duet with Mick and Keith."He has written to the stars and asked his booking team and producers to push hard for them to appear in a segment."He is willing to work with them on how they would like to appear.

The band has a UK tour coming up so he is pushing again to promote that with a special segment, so we will see how that goes."James is going for gold.

In the last few years, he has secured the biggest stars in pop and rock from Adele to Macca to The Red Hot Chilli Peppers. He really feels The Stones would be the icing on the cake."The.

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