Along with Jennifer Lopez, John Legend and Tim Mc Graw, Corden enlisted the help of Neil Diamond to sing the much-loved classic “Sweet Caroline.” However, it was none of the famous singers who stole the show: instead, Beyoncé’s daughter Blue Ivy Carter won over the internet by entering the sketch last minute.
Just because you think I look pretty doesn't mean we have to spend the night together.
Retro is cool, and apparently that extends to the man who wrote Forever in Blue Jeans, Crunchy Granola Suite and Hello Again.
Go to a ball game and listen to the crowd follow the bouncing ball as they sing along to Sweet Caroline, the centrepiece of Labatt’s new Out of the Blue ad campaign.
That’s a big enough turnoff for any self-respecting rock fan.
Now, after writing karaoke classics for more than 30 years, the man who penned an antidrug tune called The Pot Smokers Song in 1968 is being discovered by a new generation.