Those who are mourning One Direction's hiatus should breathe a sigh of relief as there seems to be a new boy band in town. James Corden has teamed up with Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson to create a "dad band" with a comedy edge and it's not to be missed.
The unlikely trio came together on James Corden's The Late, Late Show to debut their first single as The Puff Daddies.
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James, 37, introduced the new band, saying: "It's not secret to anyone, everybody knows I love boy bands. Now, boy bands, they don't just go away. They grow up and they start families and ultimately, they become dads.
James, Ashton and Danny perform as The Puff Daddies
"They're not boy bands, they're dad bands. We have one dad band here tonight. Here to perform our, I mean their, brand new single, I Am A Dad, ladies and gentleman, making their network television debut, I give you - The Puff Daddies."
The three men burst onto stage pushing prams and carrying baby dolls on their chest, much to the delight of the audience. Singing in unison, their funny performance was complete with comedy dance moves.
The clip, which has been viewed over 45,000 times on YouTube, shows co-stars Ashton and Danny appear together outside of their usual That '70s Show setting, pleasing many of their fans.
The dad band performed their new single
"@dannymasterson Reunited and it feels so good! #That70sShow," one Twitter user wrote on Wednesday.
The hilarious clip just adds to James' long list of celebrity collaborations he has under his belt. The comedian's Carpool Karaoke features him meeting with A-list names, from Justin Bieber to Adele, to create must-see moments.
His latest duet was with Jennifer Lopez. After singing some of the pop star's biggest hits, James asked Jennifer who the most famous person is her phone is, and that's when the fun really began.
Watch the boy band sing and dance
James decided to send a text to a celebrity of his choice – and he chose none other than actor Leonardo DiCaprio. After a small discussion, he typed out the message: "Hey baby, I'm kind of feeling like I need to cut loose. Any suggestions? Let me know. J.Lo, you know, from the block."
"I'm not going to let you send that," Jennifer laughed, but it was too late: James had already hit send. And it wasn't long before they had a reply.
"He wrote back!" Jennifer said. "No way. No, he did not!" James exclaimed. "He said, 'You mean tonight, boo boo? Club wise?'" Jennifer read out as her host erupted with laughter.
"See, here's the funny part is that he actually thinks I'm serious," the star added. "I love that he wants you to cut loose. That guy is the best!" James said.