He toured his hometown of Liverpool on June 9 with The Late Late Show host James Corden, and it was no surprise then, that Corden made official on June 13 what everyone already knew: Paul McCartney taped an episode of Corden's popular, recurring Carpool Karaoke series.
The segment climaxed with Paul returning to one of the pubs Paul used to play before The Beatles hit the big-time, surprising the locals with a performance with his current band - singing hits decided by the audience via a jukebox. "Couldn't you sing She loves you, yes, yes, yes?'" "Yeah, I need somebody, not just anybody, please, please help me".
In between songs, McCartney autographs the Penny Lane wall and visits his childhood home.
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"Your music is so full of positivity and joy and a message of love and togetherness", Corden tells McCartney along the way. On Penny Lane, they popped into a barber shop - which had a picture on the wall of a much younger McCartney getting his hair cut - much to the delight of the hairdresser.
She explained: "Sometimes I got onto him and said, "I don't want to hear that song again". This week, however, the British comedian is airing his show from London, and he recruited a very special passenger for what Today calls the "most emotional yet" of all singalong sessions. 'I didn't feel it coming.
Sir Paul sits down at the piano and plays When I'm 64.
Carpool Karaoke was clearly Corden's breakout, but I like how he's used the segment not as a senseless gag to boost YouTube views, but as a real opportunity to get to know the guests that ride around in the auto.