A Lycra-Clad James Cordon Transforms Into David Bowie And The Spice Girls

Bowie doesn't deserve this​

Over the years, Apple has proven itself to be the master of bringing ideas to life - especially ideas that are very, very bad. 

Just recently we've had the headphone jack-less iPhone 7, which represents a revolutionary solution to a problem that literally nobody in the world had, in the most convoluted, inconvenient and expensive way possible.

And now, James Cordon - with added transatlantic drawl – has been dressed up as David Bowie, Pharrell and The Spice Girls (all of them) for a new Apple Music ad.

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Apple: always giving the people what they want.

Will James Cordon in a cat suit convince you to cancel your Spotify subscription? 

What do you think?

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