James Corden recreated some of The Beatles most iconic styles in Carpool Karaoke with legendary musician Sir Paul McCartney.
The duo revisited locations in Liverpool from the bassist's past such as The Philharmonic Dining Rooms pub and Penny Lane - the inspiration behind the Beatles classic of the same name.
James relished singing along with the pop icon, even dressing as one of Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, the band's clean cut suited and booted style from the early 60s and their hippy days.
The first tour on the pair's magical mystery tour was Penny Lane, prompting the pair to duet the classic.
Paul pointed out that he used to sing in St Barnabas Church choir, the same church in which his brother was married, and he popped into the barbers featured in the song.
During a rendition of Let It Be James broke down in tears as he remembered his late granddad and dad playing him the song.
They visited Paul's childhood home and the spot where he and John Lennon used to write songs.
Regulars at the Dining Rooms were surprised with a performance of some of The Beatles songs.
James joined Paul on stage for a rousing rendition of Hey Jude.