hello? it's me. i was wondering if after allthese years you'd like to meet. just have a drive around. hello from the outside. all right, see you in a minute. great. >> hello. (cheers and applause).
>> james: oh, thank you. i appreciate it it's going to befun. >> great. >> james: you are looking fineright now. >> thank you very much, james. >> james: loving this bob. >> oh, thanks, thanks, verymuch. >> james: a triumph. >> don't i look like a mum.
>> james: i don't think so. it is more manageable. >> it dries quickly. >> james: than the life, youknow. >> i am going to use myhairline. i can't work out if i shouldwear a wig wig or have a weave. >> james: i mean, what i likeis that you are coming to me for this advice. (laughter).
>> james: do you mind if welisten to music. >> yes, it's such a shame it'srainingment i feel like americas are going to assume that englandis rubbish. >> james: â™ª hello â™ª â™ª dheersplaws toat i'm in california dreaming â™ª â™ª of about who weused to be â™ª â™ª it's no secret â™ª â™ª that the both of us â™ª â™ª arerunning out of time â™ª â™ª. >> that was amazing. so hello from the outside â™ª â™ª atleast i can see that i'm trying â™ª â™ª to tell you i'm sorry â™ª â™ªfor breaking your heart â™ª â™ª but
it's clearly doesn't tear youapart â™ª â™ª any more â™ª â™ª â™ª â™ª any more â™ª â™ª â™ª â™ª any more â™ª â™ª no â™ª â™ªcome on â™ª â™ª >> james: you playing thedrums. >> i play the drums in this. >> james: no way! >> yes, yes. >> james: you're shredding onthe drums. you are. you-- that is what i have alwayssaid is that you are the female
phil colins. >> oh my gosh. >> james: no, no, oh no. >> i've got a new-- . >> you are driefg, what do yousay. >> james: i can hold it whileyou wipe down. >> i'm all right, i'm all right. >> james: no one is going tosee it. (laughter)>> .
>> james: you used to be. >> i have been drunk two nightsin a row recently. >> james: no. >> it's christmas. the other day i went with mybest friend, i'm not going to see him before christmas. i got there 7:45 and i'm sittingthere, it's like-- where is he. normally punk actual, i callhim, where are you, he said 8:45.
so i'm sitting here for an houron my own looking like such a loser. so i ordered a wine and then ihave never glass of wine and i spot a family, i when over, abit drunk. did you call my name, earlier? i had my security with me,sorry, being protechive, whatever. i did hear-- let me get a-- getyour meal for you. an i had another glass of wine,and my friend arrived, hi two
more glasses of wine, bear inmind i haven't had a drink in eight months. and the next day, in the parkwith my kid. and i find this e-mail addressin my pocket of another family from nashville who obviouslytold me it was sold out so managed to get them tickets tonashville. >> what happens when i'm drunk. one more glass of wine. >> james: just like--like-- guys,-- take me back to
the start. never mind â™ª â™ª i'll find someonelike you â™ª â™ª i wish nothing but the best for you â™ª â™ª don'tforget me â™ª â™ª i beg you â™ª â™ª i remember you said â™ª â™ª sometimesit lasts in love â™ª â™ª and sometimes it hurts instead â™ª â™ªnothing compares â™ª â™ª no worries or cares â™ª â™ª regrets andmistakes â™ª â™ª they're memories made â™ª â™ª who would have known â™ªâ™ª how bittersweet this was â™ª â™ª (cheers and applause)â™ª never mind â™ª â™ª i'll find someone like you â™ª â™ª i wishnothing but the best â™ª â™ª for you
â™ª â™ª don't forget me â™ª â™ª i beg â™ªâ™ª i remember you said â™ª â™ª sometimes it lasts in love â™ª â™ªand sometimes it hurts instead â™ª >> james: what do you listento in the car. >> i just put the radio on. i mean-- . >> james: but you used to be ahuge-- fan. >> but the other day, it was atape. >> james: no, you weregenuine. >> a huge moment in my life whenthey came out.
girl power, five ordinary girlswho just, like, did so well and just got out o, i want to getout. i just want to get out, and itwas a really important period of my life. >> james: didn't you used tohave-- party. >> on my own. with five girls but i used todo-- . >> james: who were you. >> i was always geri.
>> james: really? >> i love that and then sheleft. >> james: she left the band. >> it was the first time i wastruly heart brocken. >> james: when she left. >> yeah. >> james: is that what someonelike you is about? (laughter)â™ª really, really want â™ª â™ª tell me what you want â™ª â™ª what youreally, really, really want want
so tell me what you want â™ª â™ªwhat you really, really want â™ª i want a want a want â™ª â™ª a if youwant pie future â™ª â™ª forget my past â™ª â™ª if you want to get withme â™ª â™ª better make it fast â™ª â™ª now don't go wasting â™ª â™ª myprecious time â™ª â™ª get your act together â™ª â™ª we can be just fineâ™ª â™ª here is a story from a to z â™ª â™ª how to get to me listencarefully â™ª â™ª i'm in a place, you got to-- â™ª â™ª come for free â™ªâ™ª tell me what you want â™ª â™ª [bleep](laughter) if you want to be my lover â™ª â™ª>> james: you are from a
different place now, a happierplace. >> james: does it worry youyou won't be able to write the hits. >> i was worried about that, forsure. and i-- part of, you know, iwant-- i want my fans to come on like a journey with me. and it is one of the reasons inamed my album after my age as well. it's sort of polaroids, almost,of my life at that time.
>> james: i mean where do youthink will you stop. >> this is the last album aftermy age. >> i believe in trippity. >> james: i want it to belike 77 [bleep] >> james: leave me alone. >> oh my god. i will still do that. >> james: just me and my cat. >> bag lady, aren't i.
â™ª be like you do â™ª â™ª â™ª â™ª tell mewho do i do â™ª â™ª give me within i know â™ª â™ª there is-- all i ask â™ªâ™ª this is my life â™ª â™ª now â™ª â™ª with you â™ª â™ª hold me like-- giveme a memory â™ª â™ª. >> really good â™ª â™ª take me bythe hand â™ª â™ª oh we do â™ª â™ª it matters yeah â™ª â™ª but if inever-- â™ª â™ª >> james: you properly hangout with like-- you know, you hang with beyonce. >> i wouldn't say hang out. >> james: but you are friends.
>> we are very friendly when wesee each other. >> james: but have you everthought about getting your own squad like taylor swift has asquad. >> i have a squad, laura daniel. >> james: my hunch is if youput together a squad which was like you, beyonce, jenniferlawrence, she would bring amy schumer, and then like emmastone, taylor swift's squad would [bleep] themselves. >> but they're amazonian, i'malso tall.
>> james: you got-- i heard arumor, that you, this may be surprising some fans, are quitethe rapper. you can spit some rhyme. >> i'm not that talented on meown. >> james: but you can spitsome lyrics. you've got some rhymes in yourlocker. â™ª â™ª yeah â™ª â™ª wily wonka snroat â™ªyou can be the king â™ª â™ª but the quen conquers â™ª â™ª first thingsfirst, i eat â™ª â™ª and that's what i [bleep] to do â™ª â™ª from theland the monster do â™ª â™ª the
monster is you â™ª â™ª your moneyand the monster crew â™ª â™ª i'm alla all au up in the bang withthe funny face â™ª â™ª really, i don't give [bleep] â™ª â™ª forgetbarbie â™ª â™ª i will say â™ª â™ª to be child play â™ª â™ª kill anothercareer â™ª â™ª it's a mild day â™ª â™ª giving whiplash â™ª â™ª this is whatyou live for â™ª â™ª [bleep] >> james: so now your grammy,your oscar, all you need is an emmy and a tony. >> the tony is pretty unlikely. what am i going to be doing.
>> james: writing a hugemusical. >> i haven't got time for that. >> james: not right now but atsome point. >> what if i want kids-- . >> james: shut the front door. the sooner you realize that youare adele-- how do you do that. >> i say my life, it's me,adele. >> james: booking restaurants,do you have to go and they go and under what name and you goadele.
the adele. >> no,-- . >> james: and are they likesorry, no tables. and you go -- but when i say i'madele. >> then i have to get someoneelse to callk i can't drop me own name. >> james: that's my point. i call out the phrase, droppingthe a bomb, that is what i call it.
that is what i quite like. >> you have to do the j bombsometimes, don't you. >> james: not such a big deal,oddly. james. the james. no, not that one. no-- yeah, no. >> not that one either. >> james: it doesn't workquite as well for me as it does
for you. we could have had it all â™ª â™ªrolling in the deep â™ª â™ª you had my heart and soul â™ª â™ª in yourhands â™ª â™ª never had met me â™ª â™ª and you played it â™ª â™ª to thebeat â™ª â™ª >> james: i've been thinkingabout it, and i think, and listen, you can say no to thisor just have a think about it. >> right. >> james: i think you needlike a-- you will be outnmed, because it is an emotionalnight.
a lot of people. i'm just saying, during the upnumbers, what about-- a front man. then i come up. >> oh â™ª you play it to the beatâ™ª â™ª and everybody go â™ª â™ª what, what, what â™ª â™ª(cheers and applause). >> james: get your hands up â™ªâ™ª oh, oh, oh â™ª â™ª â™ª i was shooting for â™ª â™ª to the eo, e â™ªâ™ª get your hands up, everybody â™ª â™ª what, what, what â™ª â™ª everybodyput your fist in the air now â™ª â™ª
you could have had it all â™ª â™ªyou could have had it all â™ª â™ª â™ª come on, front to the left â™ª â™ªkeep your hands inside the car â™ª â™ª we could have had it all â™ª â™ªwe're rolling in the deep â™ª â™ª >> james: thank you so muchfor driving around with me. >> oh, thank you. >> james: it genuinely is apleasure. >> oh, good. i absolutely loved it.