More than a week has passed since the world lost George Michael on Dec. 25, but the tributes haven't stopped.
While many stars spent time remembering the iconic singer shortly after his sudden passing, James Corden hadn't gotten the proper chance to honor Michael as The Late Late Show was on a holiday break. So when the show returned on Tuesday (Jan. 3), Corden delivered quite the eulogy.
"I feel like I've loved George Michael as long as I've kind of loved music, in a way," Corden told his viewers. "I can remember so many specific times in my life where I might have felt on my own, and George's music would feel like you would listen to a song, and he would reach his hand out and tell you that you weren't on your own, and that these feelings were not particular to you."