Corden, who hosted last month's (May21) reunion special on streaming site HBO Max, filmed the TV segment while the Friends stars were shooting the reunion earlier this year.
Driving around the Warner Bros. lot in a golf cart, he picked up the six actors - Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry, Courteney Cox, and Matt LeBlanc - and chatted to them about the get together before playing the "Friends" theme, "I'll Be There for You" by the Rembrandts, for them all to sing along to.
Corden then treated the cast to a trip back down memory lane as he led a tour around the studios, which they all once called home. They also returned to Stage 24, where "Friends" was shot.
The host also conducted another interview with the stars at the show's Central Perk coffee shop, during which it was established Schwimmer was the best dancer and Aniston stole the most wardrobe items from set.
Although the TV special "Friends: The Reunion" got generally favorable reviews, there is no plan to bring back "Friends" for a series revival.
"The creators of the show are of the same mind as we are, which is that they loved the way it ended," David Schwimmer recently said. "The whole show was about a time in those characters' lives when your friends were your family. At our age, a lot of people have their own families, so there's really no interest in trying to [recreate] that."