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James Corden and Meghan Trainor’s Duet Is All Of Us This January

08th Jan 2016

Thank you James Corden and Meghan Trainor for reassuring us that we’re not the only ones who, in January, go home to indulge in four or five glasses of wine. It’s freezing cold, there’s nothing else to be doing, and we’ll get to those resolutions tomorrow, or in February, okay? And as for the gym? If we rotate our ankles in circular motions whilst lying on the couch and binging on Making a Murderer, does that count? Swell.

Enjoy this realistic, January-appropriate update of All About That Bass, aptly named All About That Change. Life before James Corden’s Late Late Show, can you remember it?