If you're having a hard time keeping your New Year's resolutions (and, admittedly, it has been eight full days), then know you're not along. Last night on The Late Late Show, Meghan Trainor joined host James Corden for a spoof on her breakout hit "All About That Bass," and fittingly, it's titled "All About That Change."
Taking the basic melody of her 2014, Trainor and Corden bring the poppy doo-wop track into the new year with big promises. For Corden, he wants to work out more with his personal trainer, and Trainor resolved to drink less.
But, as with most New Year's resolutions, by the second verse, this duo has more or less given up.
"One week and I'm alright / There's hasn't been a drink in sight / Nah, just playin', I went out last night / And I'm here to tell you / Orange juice is good but it's better with champagne," Trainor sings. Meanwhile, Corden is looking not so much to pay his personal trainer but to pay someone to fire the workout coach for him.
A new year doesn't make a new person, so Corden and Trainor are going to be consistently disappointing, just like they have been for the last three years.
Though Trainor has broken her resolution to drink less, she does have one promise she's intending to keep: the release of a new album. In an interview with E! News, Trainor revealed that her sophomore album will be titled "Thank You." The Title follow-up will also feature a new song with the same name, as a thank you note to her fans.