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Tuesday, March 14, 2017 5:42am ET by  

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James Corden and Take That in Carpool Karaoke for Comic Relief

James Corden and Take That are the latest additions to this year's popular Red Nose Day. 

The Late Late Show host recently invited the British pop band to L.A. to film a special edition of his well-known Carpool Karaoke series to raise money for the popular Comic Relief charity. 

Howard Donald said: "It was an amazing experience filming.

"You don't realise how much work goes into it."

James Corden kicked off his infamous Red Nose Day Carpool Karaoke segment in 2011, with his first guest being no other than the late icon, George Michael.

Former Take That bandmate Robbie Williams recently quipped that he wasn't famous enough in the States to land a Carpool Karaoke spot on the chat show host's TV show.

Comic Relief has a big night of programming lined up for 2017, which includes a Love Actually sequel, a charity single from Ed Sheeran and the cast of People Just Do Nothing, Mel and Sue's Let's Sing and Dance, Vic and Bob returning with their memorable characters, The Stotts, and a sketch from David Walliams.

Carpool Karaoke with Take That is set to be aired on BBC One on Red Nose Day, March 24.

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