Paul McCartney sings the Beatles' hits in Carpool Karaoke

James Corden got unexpectedly emotional in his latest Carpool Karaoke with Paul McCartney, seeing the pair drive around Liverpool singing classics by The Beatles.

The Beatles legend gamely rode shotgun for an epic edition of Carpool Karaoke - running more than 20 minutes - that aired on the final night of The Late Late Show's week of London-based shows.

While in Liverpool, McCartney took a trip down Penny Lane and showed Corden local landmarks including the church where he was a choir boy and his old barbershop. The former Beatle also explained how "Let It Be" came from a dream he had in the '60s in which his deceased mother reassured him that "It's going to be okay".

Corden said it was the "most lovely story" he had ever heard, before singing a teary rendition of the song. McCartney sang A Hard Day's Night, Love Me Do, Back in the USSR and Hey, Jude to a shocked crowd at the pub. What'd she say? Let it be? 'I didn't feel it coming. "And it keeps being relevant".

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From Penny Lane to the singer's childhood apartment where Lennon and McCartney wrote some of their most iconic songs, the pair brought viewers on an enlightening and nostalgic journey through the band's iconic history - bringing excited shock and joy to the random people Corden and McCartney met throughout the excursion.

Corden replied, "That's the most handsome story I've ever heard". "I remember me and my mom and dad".

'I think if my grandad was here now he'd get an absolute kick out of this'.

Shocking the homeowner with an impromptu visit, McCartney shows Corden around the house. "We're going to give the locals the surprise of their life", teased Corden. Posing as a regular bartender, Corden served a drink or two before asking a patron to select a song on the jukebox.



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