Corden will record The Late Late Show in Westminster’s Central Hall and give his show’s musical and comedy segments a British twist.
It will be the first international trip for the show, which will air on CBS in the US and on Sky 1 and Now TV in the UK.
Corden, who plans to share highlights from his homeland during the episodes, said: “To bring The Late Late Show to the UK is a dream come true for me.
“I’m incredibly proud of the show and we’re going to do our best to make this week in London memorable.”
A video posted on the Sky 1 YouTube page shows Corden and his bandleader Reggie Watts packing up the Los Angeles set, including the sofas and cameras.
Sky 1 director Adam MacDonald said: “I’m beyond excited that James and The Late Late Show are coming to the UK for three very special episodes.
“James is hugely loved by the Sky 1 audience and it will be a proud moment for the channel to share what he and The Late Late Show gang have in store for us.”
Its Carpool Karaoke segment – which sees the host driving round and singing songs with stars including Adele, Justin Bieber, Stevie Wonder and Jennifer Lopez – has been a global sensation, with the Adele version racking up more than 153 million YouTube views.
The three episodes will air on June 7-9 at 10pm on Sky 1 and will be also be available on Now TV.