See James Corden, Jordan Peele, Nick Kroll's Explicit Boy Band

'Thr33way' spoofs boy bands like *NSYNC, Backstreet Boys on 'Late Late Show'

James Corden, Jordan Peele and Nick Kroll chronicled the rise and fall of their fake boy band, Thr33way, on 'The Late Late Show.'

 On Thursday, The Late Late Show presented a hilarious mockumentary about Thr33way, parodying boy bands like *NSYNC, Backstreet Boys and 98 Degrees. The sexually graphic (and non-existent) group featuring James Corden, Jordan Peele and Nick Kroll "cut through all the innuendo and just got to the heart of what those songs were really about: hardcore sex." 

The doc highlighted the group's numerous hit parodies, including Backstreet Boys spoof "I Want a Three Way" ("Why can't we have a three-way?/ But what if it's my birthday?") and Hanson rip "MMMBoobs." Other classics: "Tearin' Up My Butt," "End of the Choad," "Bi-Bi-Bisexual" and "The Butt Stuff."

Peele and Corden explained that they started as a duo but expanded the line-up after spotting the mentally unstable Kroll playing his guitar "totally naked" on the side of the road. At their peak of success, including opening gigs for Jamiroquai and Santana, the group collapsed after a wave of lawsuits and the shocking revelation that the members were actually virgins.