Jessica Goodman
July 17, 2015 AT 12:03 PM EDT

The Late Late Show host James Corden celebrated his 50th show with help from singer Adam Lambert, who performed a reworked rendition of Queen’s “We Are The Champions” for the occasion.

“He is James Corden, my friends,” Lambert sang, changing the original lyrics. “And he’ll host the ‘Late Show’ till the end. He is James Corden, he is James Corden. This is the ‘Late Show’ and he is James Corden … of the world!”

Lambert also performed “Ghost Town,” off his third album, The Original High, which dropped in June.

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