The actor and comedian will host the ceremony for the third time in February but plans to avoid making uncomfortable jokes about the artists.
"I think there should be less of me as it's about the musicians - my job is to usher it from one artist to the next," Corden told the Sunday Mirror.
"Far, far funnier people than me have tried to be funny at the Brits and failed. I'm a music fan so I have no interest in making jokes about people in the room."
The Gavin & Stacey star has previously admitted that he was "shocked" at the negative reaction when he was announced as the Brit Awards host in 2011.
Corden recently claimed that there hasn't been a "more important band" than Blur, the recipients of the 'Outstanding Contribution to Music' award at this year's Brits.