WATCH: Meghan Trainor and James Corden have basically just summed up our January so far

WATCH: Meghan Trainor and James Corden have basically just summed up our January so far

Ok, so be honest, who has already broken at least one of their New Year's resolutions?

WATCH: Meghan Trainor and James Corden have basically just summed up our January so far

We knew it!

But it’s ok, don’t feel bad - you’re not alone.

Meghan Trainor and James Corden have just re-wrote the singers hit ‘All About That Bass’ for the British host’s American chat show, and it nails how our January has been going so far.

The song, re-named ‘All About That Change” begins pretty optimistically and upbeat, like all Januarys do, but of course Corden starts to regret hiring that personal trainer and Meghan discovers her love for orange juice and champagne.

Sound familiar?

All together now, “I’m not about to change, bout to change, this New Year”.

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