Paula Abdul, James Corden Remake 'Opposites Attract' Video
Paula Abdul and James Corden remade her music video for the 1989 hit "Opposites Attract" Tuesday on "The Late Late Show."
Paula Abdul stopped by "The Late Late Show" Tuesday night, and it seems like host James Corden thought it was time to remake another classic pop culture moment.
"Swift and sly and I'm playing it cool with my homegirl, Paula Abdul," Corden sang.
"Baby seems we never ever agree," Abdul sang.
Oh, yes. The duo decided to remake Abdul's music video for her 1989 hit "Opposites Attract."
We gotta admit Corden makes a pretty good M.C. Skat Cat — the cartoon cat that Abdul starred with in the original video.
The late show remake was pretty impressive.
Particularly because of all the dance choreography Abdul and Corden had to perform.
A reporter for Entertainment Tonight summed up all our thoughts perfectly, writing, "Is it just us or does Paula look totally stunning? More importantly, how does James dance THAT WELL in a full cat costume? It's absolutely mind-blowing."
To watch the entire clip head on over to CBS's website.
This video includes Getty Images.
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