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James Corden hosts 'Late Late Show' live from fan's house

By Wade Sheridan
To celebrate one year as host of "The Late Late Show," James Corden (R) aired the latest episode of his talk show live from a fans house. (L-R) Colin Farrell, Wanda Sykes and Demi Lovato also joined in on the fun as guests on the show. Photo courtesy of CBS/Youtube
To celebrate one year as host of "The Late Late Show," James Corden (R) aired the latest episode of his talk show live from a fans house. (L-R) Colin Farrell, Wanda Sykes and Demi Lovato also joined in on the fun as guests on the show. Photo courtesy of CBS/Youtube

LOS ANGELES, March 17 (UPI) -- To celebrate one year as host of The Late Late Show, James Corden aired the latest episode of his talk show live from a fan's house.

"To celebrate, we're going to take the show to the people. This might not work," Corden said on-air Wednesday as he searched for a suitable house to host his show inside a Los Angeles neighborhood.

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After being denied entry a couple of times, Corden came across a house owned by a very game Natalie, Taylor, Melodie and Adam who welcomed in the comedian into their home with open arms.

Corden and his Late Late Show crew then got to work putting together a makeshift set inside their living room complete with cameras, lights, and the show's DJ Reggie Watts. After an interview with the roommates, Corden brought out a collection of celebrity guests including Colin Farrell, Wanda Sykes and musical guest Demi Lovato.

As the officially titled #NataliesHouse started to wind down, Corden challenged the roommates and his celebrity guests to a game of hide-and-seek. Farrell won the contest becoming the last person Corden found but it was Sykes who stole the show hiding in plain sight sitting on Watts' stool. "That's a little bit racist," Sykes joked once she was spotted.

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The show ended with Lovato giving a powerful performance of her new single "Stone Cold" inside a hallway.

"This is already the best house we could ever do it in," Corden said during an ending segment eating with the housemates.

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