This Video Of Harry Styles Dancing Salsa With James Corden's Dad Is Required Viewing
Harry Styles wins over the hearts of everyone he meets, including James Corden's parents, Margaret and Malcolm. In a new video from The Late Late Show With James Corden, Styles caught up with the couple in Miami ahead of the Super Bowl, and Corden's dad taught Styles a few salsa moves for fun. The video of Harry Styles dancing salsa with James Corden's dad is too pure for this world.
The Super Bowl draws in attendees from all around the globe, and this year, Corden's parents flew in from the United Kingdom for the occasion. Before the game on Feb. 2, Margaret and Malcolm met their son's famous friends, like John Cena, Rob Gronkowski, and Styles.
The segment began with Margaret and Cena racing against each other using electric scooters, before Malcolm learned how to salsa dance from two instructors named Rene and Isabella. "I'm just going to take a seat and watch you make a fool of yourself," Margaret told her husband at the Ball and Chain Bar and Lounge. Corden's dad struggled at first, but soon got the hang of it.
The couple then caught up with Styles, who was supposed to perform at a pre-Super Bowl concert on Jan. 31 (it got canceled due to inclement weather). "It's my birthday tomorrow," Styles told them. "I'm going to be 26."
Corden mother's asked Styles about when he would be settling down. "I'm looking. I'm looking," Styles replied.
"You're looking? Listen, you've very good looking," Margaret told Styles while caressing his face.
As if their exchange couldn't get any cuter, Malcolm offered to take Styles' place at his concert in case he got tired, and proceeded to show him a few salsa moves he could do.
"Well, I don't know salsa," Styles said, leading Corden's dad to give him a lesson, with Styles acting as Isabella. Their spontaneous dance session ended with Styles getting dipped by Mr. Corden.
Watch their entire meetup near the 2:23 mark below.
Maybe Styles will incorporate a few of those moves on his upcoming Love On Tour.