Whenever Harry Styles makes an appearance on James Corden's Late Late Show, we're sure chaos and laughter will ensue. The unlikely yet legendary duo have never let us down with their sketches over the years - and this latest one was arguably the most entertaining of all: Harry Styles, AKA one of the biggest pop stars on the planet, has $300 to spend on his latest music video, and enlists James to help him make it happen. Yes, it's as hilarious as you would think...
"We're here in Brooklyn with the one and only Harry Styles," James opens the clip. "We have three hours, three hundred dollars to shoot a music video for a song on Harry's new album. We have no locations; we don't know what we're doing, we don't know where we're shooting it. But we're gonna give it a try," the host explains. The pair then continue to walk down the streets, knocking on people's doors and requesting to come in and film. "I thought this would be easier, Harry; I've got to be honest — I thought your face would open a lot of doors," Corden jokingly tells the star as they continue to be rejected. Finally, they find four excited women who are more than happy to let them in.
Instantly getting into his role as a music video director, Corden searches around the apartment for the best spots. "I love a hallway," James announces. When he hilariously discovers that one of the roommates is the ultimate Harry Styles fan, he begins to worry they may scare him off. "We need to hide all of this because I'm worried you're a psychopath," James tells the girl as he looks around at the Harry dedications spotted around her room. Time for costumes, Corden rummages through another roommate's closet and finds a giant red bow and gold hat for him to wear. "it's honestly annoying; how do you do it?" he tells a laughing Harry. "There's nothing you can't wear."
The girls invite their friends over, and the fun continues. Cutting up confetti and throwing it over Harry as he sings, recording him fully clothed in the bath and taking over the building's roof in a full-green onesie, James' unconventional approach results in a very unique kind of music video, to say the least. Check out the final production here!