James Corden was left with a bleeding nose after being punched in the face by an angry man during playful Subway Karaoke skit.
The star was joined by Sting and Shaggy for the short clip which saw dissatisfied commuters venting their fury at the trio as they performed on the subway.
The video was broadcast during the 60th annual Grammys Awards on Sunday night, much to the delight of the audience.
Sitting alongside Sting and Shaggy, James started singing Every Breath You Take before passengers made sure to voice their disdain.
Sting strummed on an acoustic guitar while Corden pressed play on a small radio player in his lap.
Trying to feel out the crowd, the trio started performing Shaggy’s classic hit It Wasn’t Me, but riders were none to happy with the performance.
As the guys sing on the subway, a commuter apologized for not having any cash to tip the men.
‘We’re not begging,’ Corden screamed next to his new band. ‘We’re trying to create a viral moment!’
The passengers look miserable before James admits, ‘This is backfiring guys. Let’s do something new.’
Just as the men seem to be making a little headway, a construction worker puts Corden in his place.
‘We’re trying to do something that’s fun and uplifting,’ Corden yells to the crowd.
‘How about you shut up and sit down,’ the muscular man tells James before the video pans to a bloodied Corden.
‘Who’s stupid idea was this?’ James asked the group.
‘It wasn’t me,’ Shaggy said, a nod to his famous 2000 hit.
Sting and Shaggy are set to release the joint album 44/876 on April 20.
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