Little Mix, Morrissey, Robin Thicke Set to Perform on James Corden’s “Late Late Show”

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Several weeks ago, label Columbia Records announced that Little Mix will be performing on the August 17 “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”

CBS has officially provided confirmation of its own.

The network has revealed an upcoming “Corden” lineup, and it confirms the girl group as the show’s 8/17 musical act. Lake Bell and Chiwetel Ejiofor will appear as interview guests.

The performance comes one night after the group’s Teen Choice Awards showcase and two days before it takes the stage on NBC’s TODAY.

As for “Corden,” other upcoming performers include Morrissey (8/18) and Robin Thicke (8/19). Full listings follow:

Monday, August 10 Actor Kevin Bacon; actress Alison Pill: musical performance by Wolf Alice (n)

Tuesday, August 11 Actor Carl Reiner; actor Jason Segel; comedian Marc Maron (n)

Wednesday, August 12 Actor Neil Patrick Harris; Craig Robinson (n)

Thursday, August 13 Model Naomi Campbell; actor Nick Kroll; actress Katharine McPhee (OAD: 4/15/15)

Friday, August 14 Actress Allison Janney; actor Jerry Ferrara; actor Paul Dano (OAD: 6/3/15)

Monday, August 17 Actress Lake Bell; actor Chiwetel Ejiofor; musical performance by Little Mix (n)

Tuesday, August 18 Actor Patrick Stewart; musical performance by Morrissey (n)

Wednesday, August 19 Actor Johnny Knoxville; comedian Natasha Leggero; musical performance by Robin Thicke (n)

Written by Brian Cantor

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