Harry Styles
Harry Styles will make James Corden’s “The Late Late Show” his home for a week. Pictured: Harry Styles on Dec. 4, 2015 performing in Los Angeles. Getty Images

While Harry Styles fans wait for the “Sign of the Times” singer to release his debut album, the One Direction alum has teamed up with James Corden of CBS’ “The Late Late Show” for a big announcement.

Beginning May 15, Styles will join Corden on his late-night talk show for an entire week. Styles and Corden made the announcement during a skit for the talk show. In the video, seen above, the singer tells Corden he’s coming to Los Angeles and needs a place to stay.

“I need somewhere to stay,” Styles says. “You wanna stay at mine,” Corden replies, offering his home to the singer. Unfortunately for the talk show host, Styles hates the idea. “God no! I wanna stay at the studio… I just wanna stay somewhere that feels like home.”

Although Corden will offer his studio to the singer, he did make sure to tell Styles that no house guests are allowed. “You are more than welcome to stay here for a week, but there are rules,” said Corden. “Number one, no house guests. I think you know what I mean. Zero house guests.”

According to CBS, during his week on the show, “Styles will perform a new song off his self-titled debut album each night and join Corden for various ‘The Late Late Show’ segments.” Having previously appeared on the show in 2015, the singer will return with a tattoo of the show’s logo that he got during his last visit.

During a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Styles opened up about his debut single, detailing the meaning behind it. “The song [‘Sign of the Times’] is written from a point of view as if a mother was giving birth to a child and there’s a complication. The mother is told, ‘The child is fine, but you’re not going to make it.’ The mother has five minutes to tell the child, ‘Go forth and conquer.’”

Harry Styles’ self-titled, debut album will release on May 12.