James Corden Recruits Adam Lambert for Queen NFL Playoffs Parody on ‘Late Late Show’: Watch


To put a capstone on Sunday night time’s (Jan. 20) Late Late Show particular NFL championship episode, host James Corden recruited Adam Lambert for a vibrant efficiency of a Queen basic — with a football-themed twist, after all.

Corden and Lambert sang “The Show’s Ending Now,” a energetic parody of Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now,” with the lyrics detailing Sunday night time’s playoff recreation because the New England Patriots beat the Kansas City Chiefs for a spot on this 12 months’s Super Bowl.

“Tonight I believe we’ve had ourselves an actual good recreation/ Pats really feel the identical,” Corden started singing as he performed the piano.

It rapidly grew to become an upbeat showtune as Lambert joined Corden on stage, rocking glittery monitor pants and a black blazer. “We noticed Kansas City wrestle with the ball/ In the primary half, however then they got here again they usually scored a ton/ But the Patriots stopped the Chiefs from successful the title, it ended 37 to 31,” Lambert belted.

The set then exploded into a mini soccer area with balloons and a yellow purpose submit, accompanied by dancers doing flips and different cheerleader-esque tips behind them. “The present’s ending now/ We’ve been having a superb time, watching all this nice soccer,” the 2 males sang as blue confetti lined the stage.

Watch Corden and Lambert’s full Late Late Show efficiency under.