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Move Over, Harry: It's Niall Horan's Turn to Take Over 'The Late Late Show With James Corden'

Niall Horan
Dean Martindale

Niall Horan

Just a few weeks ago, Niall Horan was delivering the Heartbreak Weather forecast. And starting March 9, he'll return to your TVs to take over The Late Late Show With James Corden as the week's host before his sophomore album drops on March 13.

In a teaser clip posted to Horan's Twitter on Monday (March 2), we find out the #LateLateNiall gig might not be the job the pop star was going for. After explaining his dreams of a big album-release week to Corden, the late-night talk show host proposes a "Niall Horan week" on the CBS program.

"So like I could perform every night, I could do sketches, I could do Carpool Karaoke?" the "Nice to Meet Ya" singer asked.

"You could get my laundry, you could rearrange my office and do any chores I need, you could work on my diary," Corden responded with a list of unexpected tasks.

Watch the two debate Horan's show host/assistant role below.

Of course, Horan's One Direction bandmate Harry Styles has also taken over Corden's show in the past, doing a one-week stint in 2017 as host to promote his self-titled debut album.