Harry Styles and James Corden bring "Harry's House" to a Brooklyn apartment on Thursday's episode of The Late Late Show.
Styles' latest album, "Harry's House," was released on May 20, and with Corden's help, the singer shot a music video for the song "Daylight" in just three hours, with only a $300 budget.
In a segment that aired Thursday night, Styles and Corden go door-to-door searching for someone willing to let them shoot inside their home. After a couple of rejections from Brooklyn locals, the duo find four women who eagerly allow them inside their apartment. Corden quickly makes himself comfortable, rifling through their belongings — and hiding one woman's Harry Styles memorabilia — to shoot the perfect video.
Holding a stack of Styles merch, including a photo of Styles as Harry Potter, Corden says, "Right, we need to hide all of this because I'm worried you're a psychopath."
Eventually, the video is completed, with Corden directing Styles around the apartment, and the four women sprucing up the place with Halloween decorations.
"I can't stress this enough. This was all James's idea," says Styles. "I was in a Christopher Nolan movie." He later adds, "Should we just scrap it? Is it too late to just do Carpool Karaoke?"
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TOPICS: Harry Styles, CBS, The Late Late Show with James Corden, James Corden