High Wycombe-born star James Corden has exclusively revealed he would "love" to take "Carpool Karaoke" to High Wycombe, adding that he was "100 per cent" sure that the stars would make the trip to his old stomping ground in south Buckinghamshire.

In a red carpet interview he said the route would take in Micklefield, Loudwater and then Totteridge.

"Then we'd probably go up Amersham Hill... through Hazlemere, through the crossroads, down, up to Holmer Green and then maybe you could carry on to Amersham. But that's a different town and I don't want to step on any toes,” he added.

"But yes, a 100 per cent. We'd stop in the Corn Market for a McDonald's."

Corden, who has already filmed the viral skit in London with British singing sensation Adele, said no ideas for the show were ever kept back for a rainy day.

"If we have an idea, we do it that night. We do like 300 shows a year or something crazy. We're always working on stuff," he said.

"We started knocking round an idea today but it will probably come to nothing. We'll see."

He said his as yet unfulfilled dream Carpool Karaoke partners would be Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Beyonce Knowles, Barbra Streisand, Billy Joel and Paul McCartney.

"That would be quite the supergroup, wouldn't it?" he joked.

Earlier this week, the 38-year-old sparked a social media frenzy across High Wycombe by tweeting about his hometown.

The Late Late Show host, who currently lives in Los Angeles, was brought up in Hazlemere and went to Park Middle School and Holmer Green Upper School as well as Jackie Palmer Stage School in Bridge Street.