On the last night of her week-long Late Late Show residency, Alicia Keys teamed up with host James Corden to perform a special duet of her 2007 hit "No One" — with a 2020 twist, that is. They reimagined the lyrics to long for the days when crowds can safely gather to enjoy live entertainment, taking turns crooning lines before harmonizing on the chorus. While playing the piano, Keys swapped out the OG lyrics to sing, "We used to be together, there were crowds and lights. But not right now, 'cause nobody can be packed tight," and Corden followed up with, "Skip the crowd-surfing, people stay back six feet. And all I see is empty rows of blank seats."
This isn't the first time Corden and Keys have come together for a parodied late-night duet. Last February, they sang a Grammys-themed remix of "Shallow" in honor of Keys hosting the award show, proving they're a musical force to be reckoned with. Watch their latest performance above to hear their vocals unite in perfect harmony yet again. Anyone else ready for a joint album from these two?