Niall Horan and James Corden Team Up For A Halloween Parody Music Video

This is just what you need this halloween season!

This is no trick! Niall Horan and James Corden have officially created the sweetest treat of this halloween season.

On Friday, October 28th, James Corden released a music video entitled, “Candy”, which features the one and only Niall Horan. The video features the dynamic duo singing and dancing in multiple, slightly embarrassing, but ridiculously hilarious, costumes. We never thought we could get so much enjoyment out of seeing Niall in a pea-pod costume.

As set to the tune of Ginuwine’s “Pony”, this video had us laughing from the minute we saw James in a Batman costume. The lyrics are utterly amazing- yes, that was a poor joke in reference to Niall’s cow costume- and contain slightly inappropriate references. But hey, what’s a James Corden video without creative candy references and PG-13 comments? Some of the lyrics they sing include, “If you’re scary, just do it, give me, my candy! My satchels, waiting, trick-or-treat, on it!”

The “Candy” music video wasn’t the only ridiculous thing Niall participated in while on the show. He also fell a victim to James’s infamous game, “Spill Your Guts Or Fill Your Guts” where he was asked who was his least favorite member of One Direction. In favor of his own life, Niall didn’t answer, but instead drank a lumpy, salmon smoothie. Gross. Niall also sang his debut solo song, “This Town” while on the show.

We can only hope that James and Niall team up again, in the future, for a drop the mic or even a carpool karaoke, because we just can’t get enough of their adorable friendship. We are not the only ones who are loving this Halloween music video. Just check out some of the world’s reactions below!

What do you think of Niall Horan and James Corden’s new music video? Would you buy this song on iTunes? Would you want to go trick-or-treating with these boys? Let us know and tweet us @CelebMix! Watch the “Candy” music video below!

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Written by Brynn McCarthy

My name is Brynn and I am a 17 year old, aspiring journalist. Feel free to check out my articles and find me on Twitter @brynnmccarthyy or on Instagram @brynnmccarthy