James Corden Plays Justin Bieber's 'Sorry' With a Giant Piano -- and It's Perfect!

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Once again, James Corden is showing off his amazing musical skills!
On Thursday night's episode of The Late Late Show with James Corden, the British comedian was joined by Will and Grace star Sean Hayes and, together, the twosome dazzled audiences with some toe-tapping songs on a giant floor piano.
For the first song of the night, Corden and Hayes paid homage to Tom Hanks' character from the 1988 movie, Big, by playing "Heart and Soul" from the iconic FAO Schwarz scene.
After catching their breath, (Who knew giant pianos could be so exhausting?!), the musical duo decided to gift fans with something a little more "hip, down and groovy with the kids."
When Hayes asked if Corden was familiar with Justin Bieber, the 37-year-old host was quick to brag about their awesome friendship. "Do I know him? He drives me to work almost every day," he said.
The men then showed off their athleticism and musical talent with the pop star's hit "Sorry," and let's just say it's one of the best things we've ever seen.
Corden is certainly no stranger to the Biebs' work. In fact, we’re totally jealous over their BFF status.
The "Love Yourself" singer had appeared alongside Corden on the fan-favorite segment "Carpool Karaoke" not once, but twice, and he's even taken over the Late Late Show monologue.
Relive Bieber's best "Carpool Karaoke" moments with Corden in the video below!