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Watch Harry Styles and James Corden kiss in ‘Carpool Karaoke’ Christmas special

Festive clip also features Foo Fighters, Bruno Mars, Sam Smith, Miley Cyrus and more

A ‘Carpool Karaoke’ Christmas special has been released and it sees Harry Styles sharing a kiss with host James Corden to wish him a happy Christmas.

The festive clip features a whole host of stars that have graced the popular Late Late Show segment over the past year, including the likes of Foo Fighters, Bruno Mars, Sam Smith, Miley Cyrus, all taking on Christmas classic ‘Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town’. Watch below.

It’s also not the first kiss from Harry Styles to make headlines. Last month, he kissed Lorde on the cheek after beating her to an award at Australia’s ARIA Awards.

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Earlier this year, Foo Fighters told NME why they found their ‘Carpool Karaoke’ experience “a little uncomfortable”.

“By hour three in dude’s car it got less fun,” guitarist Pat Smear said. “It kinda went on. When we stopped at Guitar Centre, that felt like we were done, but it was like ‘this is halfway’.”

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Frontman Dave Grohl said that it was “a little uncomfortable”, but didn’t doubt that James Corden was a real music lover. However, he wasn’t too happy about being made to sing his own songs.

“Oh he definitely is [a music lover],” Grohl told NME. “And he’s a very nice guy. But y’know, I don’t mind singing my own songs at Glastonbury or The O2 but if I had to sing you a song right now I’d be too embarrassed.”

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After Smear said that “singing other people’s songs would have been easier”, Grohl added: “I could do that all day. We did The Ramones, and Rick Astley, but they didn’t use it. I don’t know why.”

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