Looks like we'll be getting no more Carpool Karaoke, Crosswalk Musicals or Late Late Live Tinder anymore (this last one was actually quite fun).

James Corden has revealed that he's quitting his late-night talk show after seven and a half years.

The actor-turned-presenter made his surprising announcement on his most recent show last night, but he hasn't been given his P45 just yet. The host will continue on with 'The Late Late Show With James Corden' for one more year before officially retiring.

He told the audience and viewers at home: "I’ve some news of my own to share. Seven and a half years ago, I started hosting this show. It has changed my life. I love it, I love all the people who work here. I am so proud of what we have achieved. It has been beyond my wildest, wildest dreams. So I’m happy to announce today I’ve signed a new contract to carry on."

Looing a little emotional, he continued: "That’s really only half the story,” he said. “The other half is the sadder news. I’ve signed for one more year of the show, and this will be my last.

"I really think in a year from now, that will be a good time to move on, and see what else might be out there."

When he finishes his run on the show, James Corden will have been hosting his talk show for eight and a half years, Tom Hanks being the very first guest that he interviewed back in 2015.

Since then, Corden has unleashed onto the world Carpool Karaoke featuring the likes of Adele, One Direction, Lady Gaga and Britney Spears; as well as Crosswalk The Musical, Late Late Live Tinder, and other crazy games such as Flinch and Taller or Shorter.