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‘The Late Late Show’ Hits 1 Billion YouTube Views

 

Credit “Carpool Karaoke.” James Corden’s “The Late Late Show” has topped a billion views on YouTube.

The late-night show’s YouTube channel also claims the top two late night clips, thanks to his “Carpool Karaoke” with Adele (98 million views) and Justin Bieber (73 million views), according to data from Tubular labs.

The show scored another viral hit last night with his parody of Beyonce’s visual album “Lemonade,” which he titled “Lemonjames.” The elaborate spoof was detailed down to the voiceover and surrealist imagery.

The show’s YouTube channel has over 4 million subscribers, and each of the 16 “Carpool Karaoke” videos to date has surpassed 10 million views.

Other top performing clips include “Pitch Perfect Riff-Off with Anna Kendrick & The Filharmonics” (24 million views), “Dodgeball with One Direction” (19 million views) and “James Corden and Tom Hanks Act Out Tom’s Filmography” (16 million views).

A recent primetime special of “Carpool Karaoke” on CBS drew decent ratings, and producers are shopping a potential series based on the popular segment.

 

 

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