James Corden directs Harry Styles in a wacky, DIY music video in New York apartment

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Harry Designs poses at the Grammy Awards. (Jordan Strauss / Invision/AP)

James Corden could possibly have taken the title of the new Harry Styles album, “Harry’s Dwelling,” a tiny far too very seriously.

The late-night time Tv host and the world-wide pop star took more than an apartment in Brooklyn to shoot an impromptu tunes video for Styles’ new one “Daylight.”

The 4 gals who live in the condominium — just one clearly a Models superfan — were a lot more than content to lend their living place to the “As It Was” singer.

The segment, which aired on Thursday’s “The Late Late Display With James Corden,” follows the British duo as they make a confetti-crammed, colourful and bubbly movie from scratch to accompany the upbeat track.

With only three hrs and a $300 budget, Corden managed to pull off his audio movie directorial debut. It failed to damage to have a crew of leading-notch camera operators, editors and, of course, one of the world’s most sought-after heartthrobs.

Was it as unrehearsed as it appears to be or was it planned? The four ladies who lived in the condominium swear they had no plan it was heading to occur.

“If we understood [they were stopping by] we would’ve at least brushed our hair!” they explained to Wide range in an job interview.

“Daylight” is the fifth song from Styles’ third studio album, which was produced to significantly fanfare previous week. “Harry’s House” is aiming for a No. 1 debut on the Billboard 200 album chart and is on tempo to have the optimum-marketing to start with 7 days of any album this 12 months.

The 13-tune LP also established a file for the most significant gross sales week for a vinyl album in the United States, in 3 times of its launch on Might 20, according to Wide variety.

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This tale at first appeared in Los Angeles Periods.