Watch James Corden become Taylor Swift's worst-ever backup dancer

Liam Payne performs during the 2017 Jingle Ball at Madison Square Garden in New York

Liam Payne performs during the 2017 Jingle Ball at Madison Square Garden in New York

Corden "filled in" for the Forum's general manager in the 14-minute video sketch.

The manager told Corden that he could take his place for the night as long as he will take care of their A-list guests.

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If the whole latest-night TV host thing doesn't work out for James Corden, here's a fun bit of trivia: he's actually got the skills and fashion sense to make a very serviceable Taylor Swift backup dancer, as seen during last night's The Late Late Show. The pop powerhouse busted out her most glittery outfit (with a snake!) and sexiest moves for Z100's Jingle Ball on December 8. Perhaps she can teach him how to "Shake It Off". And he kinda does, as he slots right in as a backing dancer as Swift and Co. rehearse "Look What You Made Me Do".

It's a well-known fact that James Corden has some musical tricks up his sleeve, so it only seemed natural that he eventually team up with pop princess Taylor Swift at some point. When the group huddles up pre-performance, Corden does his best to get the group hyped.

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Sam Smith, G-Eazy, Cheat Codes, Niall Horan, Julia Michaels and Why Don't We also performed.

The Late Late Show With James Corden airs weeknights at 12:37 a.m. on CBS.

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