"When work leaves you weary, when life feels routine, you always know the place to go, just inside your screen!"
And thus begins one of the greatest tributes to viral videos ever.
It seems that every late night talk show host is trying to get as much love on YouTube as possible. But The Late Late Show's James Corden decided to show Youtube some love instead.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of YouTube, Corden is dedicating Friday night's episode to the greatest moments in the history of the site -- even filming the episode at YouTube Space Los Angeles -- and he's opening the show with this epic musical number.
Joined by YouTube stars Rebecca Black, the Double Rainbow Guy, and a slew of other quasi-famous faces, Corden pulls off a glorious tribute to the fun, insane world of viral videos.
Now the question is: Whose YouTube tribute is better? This amazing Late Late Show opening or Weezer's 2009 music video for "Pork and Beans"?
Let's call it a tie, because in the end the real winner is always YouTube itself. Corden perhaps sang it best when he describe YouTube as a place "where time goes to die."
Now excuse us while we watch every other video Corden has posted until suddenly we realize it’s 3 a.m. and we're watching a video of a cat chasing a fainting goat for the 17th time.