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Saturday, March 25, 2017 4:51am ET by  

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Take That join James Corden's Carpool Karaoke for Comic Relief

James Corden teamed up for Take That for a UK Red Nose Day edition of his popular segment of Carpool Karaoke for Comic Relief.

The band sang their most popular hits, including: 'Babe,' 'Giants,' 'Shine,' 'Never Forget,' 'Greatest Day,' 'Back For Good' and 'Pray'.

Corden joked about the male group now being reduced to three, asking: "Who's next to leave?"

Barlow replied: "Well, it depends what your driving's like."

Corden made a joke with the lads about their amazing loyal fanbase growing older with them. He said the band should have a Take That crèche for the women who've had babies and now bring their children along with them to their gigs.

He also joked that for fans their same age, maybe they should consider changing some of their song titles to: 'Pulled My Back For Good,' 'Everything Changes During The Menopause,' 'Always Forget'.

When asked about why the guys have never cracked America, Barlow hilariously told a story about them holding a meeting once with a New York record label who were keen to help break them in the States. However, after an hour of full-on discussions about press coverage, chat shows, radio and the works being lined-up, there was an uncomfortable silence, until Howard Donald responded with all honesty: "Can't be arsed".

The Carpool Karaoke segment popularised on Corden's Late Late Show recently announced a forthcoming standalone spin-off show for Apple Music. 

Take That officially released their eighth studio album, 'Wonderland,' yesterday (March 24) and kick off their UK 2017 Wonderland Tour in Birmingham in May.

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