The pair have frequently collaborated together in various projects and have a bromance that’s been brewing since 2015.
The close friends were spotted in the Big Apple knocking on doors in one of the city’s trendy neighbourhoods where real home owners answered them.
Presenter James, 43, who will step down as the host of The Late Late Show at the end of next season cut a casual figure on the day.
The presenter wore a basic black polo shirt and denim jeans and finished of the look with a pair of Gucci water snake-trimmed embroidered leather sneakers.
Meanwhile, singing sensation Harry, 28, who was in town for a special one-night show for the concert debut of his latest album looked vibrant in rainbow striped T-shirt which he matched with a beaded necklace.
The former One Direction star looked suave in a pair of shades as he larked around with his close pal for a fun day of filming for an upcoming episode that will feature in James’s final season at the helm of the show.
The Gavin and Stacey creator will step down as the host of The Late Late Show at the end of next season amid plans to spend more time back home in the UK.
The Brit, made the decision to quit at the end of season eight despite the best efforts of CBS executives who exclusively told DailyMail.com that they ‘desperately tried to keep him for longer.’
The star and his wife of 10 years Jules are mulling over a return to the UK with their three children Max, 11, Carey, seven, and Charlotte, four, but they are still trying to ‘figure out’ what’s next for the family.
An insider tells DailyMail.com that spending more time in the UK when the show ends is ‘definitely on the horizon’.
‘They sold their house in London so would have to look for a new base in the capital.’
The Late Late Show, which films out of Los Angeles, first premiered in 1995 with host Tom Snyder. Craig Kilborn and Craig Ferguson followed as host until James Corden came along in 2015.
Corden promised to ‘go out with a bang’ as he informed audiences of his decision to step down.
Revealing the news during the latest episode of the US talk show he said the show had ‘changed my life’ and promised there would be ‘lots of tears’ when his tenure came to an end.
‘Seven and half years ago I started hosting this show and there’s no other way to put it, it has changed my life,’ he said.
‘I never saw as it as my final destination, and I never want this show to overstay its welcome, I love making it and I really think in a year from now that will be a good time to move on and see what’s out there.’
He added: ‘We are all determined to make this the best year we have ever had…we are going to go out with a bang.
‘The fact that you watch this…all over the world…is an absolute privilege for me and every single person who makes this show.’
‘We [CBS] desperately tried to keep him for longer but James only wanted to do one final year that will keep him on the show until next year,’ a senior CBS source revealed. ‘He’s been such a hit for us for so many years, we will miss him very much.’
‘It’s very rare to find a talent who can redefine a long running format. His skits went viral globally, smashing records and creating the most watched online clips in the history of late night TV,’ they continued.
‘The biggest stars in the world have appeared on his show – which even took him to the White House!’
Corden told Deadline it’s been a difficult decision after enjoying such huge success.
‘It’s been it’s a really hard decision to leave because I’m so immensely proud of the show. I’m thrilled to be extending [for a year]. I always thought I’d do it for five years and then leave and then I stayed on. I’ve really been thinking about it for a long time, thinking whether there might be one more adventure.’
When asked if he plans to move home, Corden said he and his wife ‘genuinely don’t know the answer to that’.
‘It’s something we think about and we talk about a lot but we haven’t really made a decision on that yet. That’s the life side of things which we’ll figure out,’ he added.
‘I love living here [in LA]. I love everything it’s given. My family and I have never taken this incredible adventure for granted. Every day I drive down Sunset to work and I just think I’m from High Wycombe.’
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