As Sheeran and Corden discussed the singer's affinity for seedy dive bars, Sheeran recalled what sounds like quite a night out with the Biebs: "I was in Tokyo the other day and Bieber was there", Sheeran said. Get HELLO! Canada, PEOPLE, Vanity Fair and over 100 more of the world's best magazines for one low monthly price at Texture by Next Issue.
"Can I say, I was feeling so nervous about coming on this show because I couldn't see what was amusing about me singing my songs in a auto", Sheeran said during the ride, adding that he felt a little more comfortable when they brought out the guitar. "You can't hit him'". "I had this driving wedge and I [teed up] and I cracked him across the face!"
Sheeran seemed unimpressed, "You said "way" rhyming with "ways".
Finally, Corden performed a traffic-themed rendition of Sheeran's 'Castle on the Hill, ' saying that it was a flawless song to sing along to when you are stuck in traffic.
In the video below, posted on June 7, 2017, Ed strums away at his wooden guitar as he and Jamessing a handsome duet together.
The final song was "Castle on the Hill", and of course Sheeran accompanied the track with his own guitar.