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James Corden's The Late Late Show to return to UK as Brits beg America to keep him

James Corden is bringing The Late Late Show back to British soil - with a whole host of celebrity friends and popular segments coming with him.The iconic Carpool Karaoke will do a bit of filming from the Freemasons Hall in London, with studio guests set to include Ed Sheeran and Billie Eilish.Lizzo will join the talk show host to belt out some of her classics from the passenger seat, and the show is set to be broadcast from June 28 to July 1.READ MORE: James Corden bizarrely confesses he only washes his hair once every two monthsIt's not the first time that the Londoner has brought the American chat show to these shores, but it's the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic struck that he gets to broadcast from his home town.Corden, 43, will also immerse himself in American politics in his Take a Break segment, which will see him fill in as the assistant to President Joe Biden.Earlier this year, Corden dropped a bombshell when he announced he would be exiting the presenting chair, which he had held for the last eight years. He told ET at an event in Hollywood: "I just sort of felt like maybe we'd done enough? Maybe we'd done everything we wanted to do."When I took the job, firstly, I didn't think we'd be on the air, like, six months later.

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