On Wednesday (July 26) global pop group Now United stopped by The Late Late Show with James Corden to make their official U.S. debut. The co-ed group closed out the episode with a live performance of their first single "Summer in the City." Twelve of the group's 14 members energetically filled the stage with their tight knit choreography and were all smiles as they sang about summer nights and having a good time with loved ones.
Comprised of 14 singer/dancers from 14 countries the group was put together by American Idol creator Simon Fuller after a 2016 global search using Instagram, YouTube and other forms of social media.
Along with their debut on American TV, the act also dropped the video for their latest single "What Are We Waiting For."