James Corden, the king of ‘Carpool Karaoke’ has left the late-night show

James Corden announced that he would be leaving his CBS late-night TV show next year. He called it a “good moment to move on and look for other possibilities.”

Corden made the announcement during Thursday’s taping of “The Late Late Show,” which Corden hosted since 2015.

James Corden, the king of 'Carpool Karaoke’ has left the late-night show

“When I began this journey, it was always going be that way. It was going to be a journey, an adventure. He said, “I never considered it my final destination.” “And I don’t want this show ever to outstay its welcome in any way. It is something I love to do.”

Corden didn’t give any details about his future career plans, but he said that the late-night program “has changed my whole life.” … It’s amazing to see the results. It has been beyond my wildest dreams.”

James Corden, the king of 'Carpool Karaoke’ has left the late-night show

He said he will remain with the show for another season, promising that it would “go out with a bang” and, as he predicted with so many tears, “with a bang”.

George Cheeks, CBS President, and CEO said that Corden had taken “huge creative swings” including the “Carpool Karaoke videos in which Corden performed with pop stars like Adele and Paul McCartney on the road.

Orden’s contract was due to expire in August. However, the actor and writer from London extended the agreement for a second season. The show, which airs weeknights at 12:37 Eastern, will be his last in spring 2023.

James Corden, the king of 'Carpool Karaoke’ has left the late-night show

Cheeks stated that while we wish he could have stayed longer, we are proud that he made CBS America his American home. This partnership will also extend one season of ‘The Late Late Show’.

The network did not comment further on Corden’s replacement. Craig Ferguson was the previous host of the show.

Corden was a surprising choice when he was chosen to host “The Late Late Show.” Although he had starred in British sitcoms “Gavin & Stacey”, he wasn’t well-known by American viewers.

James Corden, the king of 'Carpool Karaoke’ has left the late-night show

Corden’s show gained popularity online with comedy segments like “Carpool Karaoke” or “Crosswalk the Musical”, which helped to expand its reach beyond its broadcast home.

Corden has hinted at his decision in several podcast episodes of Smartless, December 2020. Corden also said that he felt an overwhelming sense of knowing that Corden’s family “has walked to my beat for a very long while.”

James Corden, the king of 'Carpool Karaoke’ has left the late-night show

Corden stated that he did not have an end date in mind for the show and that it would be “always a larger family decision than a professionally made one.” It will be about those who are missing very deeply who they are homesick for.