Finally, Corden performed a traffic-themed rendition of Sheeran's 'Castle on the Hill, ' saying that it was a flawless song to sing along to when you are stuck in traffic.
"I was quite an unfortunate-looking kid", Sheeran told Corden on Tuesday night, as part of an intimate revelation about why he feels the need to hide behind his guitar while performing. The two singers were drunk and Beiber asked Sheeran to hit a golf ball out of his mouth using a golf club.
They also belt out several Sheeran hits, obviously.
Simona Halep strolls into French Open quarters
Svitolina will face Romaninan third seed and 2014 runner-up Simona Halep for a place in the semi-finals. On the stroke of the hour Suarez Navarro was put out of her misery, having made 41 errors.
The British pop star also revealed why he made a decision to get rid of his mobile phone, telling the talk show host: "Emails [are] the best way to reach me".
Speaking of the Biebs, the "Galway Girl" chart topper revealed that after a night at a "really, really filthy bar" in Tokyo with the star, the pair chose to go to a golf driving range, where Justin put a golf ball in his mouth. Oh, God. We ended up at this golf course.
Not all smiles at Ferrari as Raikkonen unhappy with team
The Briton managed to quietly make his way from 12th on the grid to finish seventh and collect some valuable points for Mercedes . He said: "We couldn't plan much, but the plan was to pull away and as soon as the gap opened I took it".
Other songs performed included "SING" and acoustic performances of 'Will Your Mouth Still Remember the Taste of my Love?', Justin Bieber's 'Love Yourself, ' and One Direction's 'What Makes You Beautiful'.
He added: "I'd wake up every morning and there would be 50 messages but none of them would say, 'Hey, how are you?' [It would be] can I have this, can you lend me this, can you do this, can I get this?'"
He's a man of many talents, and Ed Sheeran just proved it with his Carpool Karaoke.
Putin dismisses US claims about Trump, Russia and elections
Spokeswoman Sarah Sanders says the president's power to invoke privilege is "well-established". Correction: Noah Feldman's statement originally appeared in a Bloomberg op-ed.
However, the Canadian heartthrob reacted "really cool" after he received the massive blow, much to Ed's surprise.