Corden celebrated his 1st 'Late Late Show' anniversary by invading a random person's house.

Corden celebrated his 1st 'Late Late Show' anniversary by invading a random person's house.
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James Corden, best known for taking singers on the road for Carpool Karaoke, took The Late Late Show on the road in honor of its first anniversary. Corden roamed up and down a residential Los Angeles neighborhood, knocking on doors and asking people if they'd let him film a full episode in their house, with a complete camera crew and celebrity guests. After some unsuccessful attempts, the team discovered their new studio: Natalie's house.

After the traditional monologue, Corden and his celebrity guests—the unlikely trio of Demi Lovato, Colin Farrell and Wanda Sykes—wreaked further havoc on the house with a game of Hide and Seek.

This has to be the most fun (or only fun?) time a person let a group of complete strangers into their home. 

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