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Niall Horan Explores Seductive Side Of Trick-Or-Treating With Corden

10/30/2016
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Niall Horan

(Radio.com) Niall Horan visited James Corden on The Late Late Show last week and the pair explored a seductive side of trick-or-treating. On the Halloween-themed segment, the British pair covered Ginuwine's "Pony" with some updated lyrics.

Dubbed "Candy," the slow jam was written to tempt soccer moms and other homeowners whose candy Horan would like to take home on Halloween. Some of the best lines?

Niall assured one lady, "Girl, when you break me off a Kit Kat, I'm gonna make your tootsie pop." And Corden said, "I'm Captain Sugar Daddy because I'm about to starburst." Watch the clip here.

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