‘Carpool Karaoke’: James Corden Hosts Impromptu Date-Night for Kelly Clarkson, Her Husband (Video)

Sometimes “Carpool Karaoke” saves marriages. On Wednesday’s episode of the recurring “Late Late Show” segment, James Corden surprised guest Kelly Clarkson with an impromptu date-night with her husband/manager.

Complete with sparkling cider, chocolate covered strawberries and a violinist, backseat-left passenger Brandon Blackstock declared, “I feel like we’re making a porn.”

It did kind of have that vibe, to be fair.

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Of course, with the original “American Idol” winner riding shotgun in the CBS personality’s Range Rover SUV, there was plenty of the skit’s trademark singing.

Clarkson and Corden kicked the whole thing off with a little “Since You’ve Been Gone,” and later did some serious justice to “Stronger.”

Corden even dropped a solid Seal joke along the way to work. Watch the video above.

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Sometimes “Carpool Karaoke” saves marriages. On Wednesday’s episode of the recurring “Late Late Show” segment, James Corden surprised guest Kelly Clarkson with an impromptu date-night with her husband/manager.

Complete with sparkling cider, chocolate covered strawberries and a violinist, backseat-left passenger Brandon Blackstock declared, “I feel like we’re making a porn.”

It did kind of have that vibe, to be fair.

Of course, with the original “American Idol” winner riding shotgun in the CBS personality’s Range Rover SUV, there was plenty of the skit’s trademark singing.

Clarkson and Corden kicked the whole thing off with a little “Since You’ve Been Gone,” and later did some serious justice to “Stronger.”

Corden even dropped a solid Seal joke along the way to work. Watch the video above.

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‘Carpool Karaoke’: Pink Debuts the ‘Awful’ Song She Wrote at 14 (Video)

A–, gas, or embarrassing songs you wrote 24 years ago: nobody rides for free in James Corden’s “Carpool Karaoke” — not even Pink.

The “U + Ur Hand” singer hopped in the “Late Late Show” host’s white Range Rover to commute and belt out her hits. Along the way, Pink revealed the first song she ever wrote, the self-described “awful” hook to “Generation X.”

Later, she recalled her tour with NSYNC, which culminated in a date at Friendly’s with Joey Fatone.

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At the tail-end of their time together, Pink attempted to prove that she can actually sing better upside down.

It doesn’t quite work out as well for Corden.

Watch the video above.

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A–, gas, or embarrassing songs you wrote 24 years ago: nobody rides for free in James Corden’s “Carpool Karaoke” — not even Pink.

The “U + Ur Hand” singer hopped in the “Late Late Show” host’s white Range Rover to commute and belt out her hits. Along the way, Pink revealed the first song she ever wrote, the self-described “awful” hook to “Generation X.”

Later, she recalled her tour with NSYNC, which culminated in a date at Friendly’s with Joey Fatone.

At the tail-end of their time together, Pink attempted to prove that she can actually sing better upside down.

It doesn’t quite work out as well for Corden.

Watch the video above.

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Fifth Harmony Surprises Superfan Sam Smith on ‘Carpool Karaoke’ (Video)

Most people get really excited to meet Sam Smith. That adulation’s got nothing on how over-the-moon Smith was to meet Fifth Harmony, however.

The “Too Good at Goodbyes” singer got the surprise of a lifetime Wednesday while sitting shotgun in James Corden’s “Carpool Karaoke.”

Toward the end of the latest CBS recurring sketch, The “Late Late Show” host called on Smith’s favorite girl-group to join them in his famous white Range Rover SUV for a little “Work From Home.”

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Yeah, dude was legit freaking out over Fifth Harmony piling into the backseat, which makes his earlier reply about getting starstruck seem perhaps a bit disingenuous.

“I’m always confused when I meet actors,” Smith said at the time, “because they always look huge on screen and then you meet them and they’re tiny.”

“Tiny, but big heads,” Corden jumped in. “You meet, like, Brad Pitt and he’s like very, very small — but huge head.”

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“It’s weird,” Smith concurred. “It’s some alien s—.”

Watch the video above.

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Most people get really excited to meet Sam Smith. That adulation’s got nothing on how over-the-moon Smith was to meet Fifth Harmony, however.

The “Too Good at Goodbyes” singer got the surprise of a lifetime Wednesday while sitting shotgun in James Corden’s “Carpool Karaoke.”

Toward the end of the latest CBS recurring sketch, The “Late Late Show” host called on Smith’s favorite girl-group to join them in his famous white Range Rover SUV for a little “Work From Home.”

Yeah, dude was legit freaking out over Fifth Harmony piling into the backseat, which makes his earlier reply about getting starstruck seem perhaps a bit disingenuous.

“I’m always confused when I meet actors,” Smith said at the time, “because they always look huge on screen and then you meet them and they’re tiny.”

“Tiny, but big heads,” Corden jumped in. “You meet, like, Brad Pitt and he’s like very, very small — but huge head.”

“It’s weird,” Smith concurred. “It’s some alien s—.”

Watch the video above.

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Chester Bennington & Linkin Park Do ‘Carpool Karaoke’ With Ken Jeong: Watch The Full Episode

The episode of Apple Music’s Carpool Karaoke series that Linkin Park taped less than a week before singer Chester Bennington’s death has hit the web, and let’s just say Ken Jeong is stoked to be a part of it.
The former Dr. Ken star joins the group’s Bennington — who’s at the wheel — Mike Shinoda and Joe Hahn for a spirited singalongs to OutKast’s “Hey Ya,” Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Under the Bridge,” Linkin Park’s 2003 hit “Numb” and more. All this after an funny if…

The episode of Apple Music’s Carpool Karaoke series that Linkin Park taped less than a week before singer Chester Bennington’s death has hit the web, and let’s just say Ken Jeong is stoked to be a part of it. The former Dr. Ken star joins the group’s Bennington — who’s at the wheel — Mike Shinoda and Joe Hahn for a spirited singalongs to OutKast’s “Hey Ya,” Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Under the Bridge,” Linkin Park’s 2003 hit “Numb” and more. All this after an funny if…

Watch Chester Bennington’s ‘Carpool Karaoke’ Episode Filmed Days Before His Death (Video)

Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington appeared to be in good spirits in the days leading up to his suicide, if his group’s episode of “Carpool Karaoke” is any indication.

Linkin Park posted the episode on its Facebook page Thursday, showcasing an upbeat Bennington goofing around with his bandmates and actor/apparent Linkin Park superfan Ken Jeong.

In the episode, which was released with the blessing of Bennington’s family and bandmates, and was taped July 14, just days before Bennington’s death, Jeong and Linkin Park belt out tunes like OutKast’s “Hey Ya!” and Linkin Park’s own “Numb,” while Jeong lobbies to join the band.

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Holding court behind the wheel, Bennington explains how he developed his screaming vocal style — which he describes as “screaning” — and declares, during a particularly bittersweet moment of the episode, “This is probably the greatest day of my life right now.”

Bennington was found dead in his home in Palos Verdes Estates in California, at the age of 41 as a result of hanging. According to the coroner’s office, Bennington hanged himself from a bedroom door.

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News of Bennington’s death came just hours after Linkin Park released its latest music video, “Talking to Myself.” The band, which released its latest album “One More Light” in May, was scheduled to hit the road again later that month. The band subsequently canceled its upcoming tour.

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Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington appeared to be in good spirits in the days leading up to his suicide, if his group’s episode of “Carpool Karaoke” is any indication.

Linkin Park posted the episode on its Facebook page Thursday, showcasing an upbeat Bennington goofing around with his bandmates and actor/apparent Linkin Park superfan Ken Jeong.

In the episode, which was released with the blessing of Bennington’s family and bandmates, and was taped July 14, just days before Bennington’s death, Jeong and Linkin Park belt out tunes like OutKast’s “Hey Ya!” and Linkin Park’s own “Numb,” while Jeong lobbies to join the band.

Holding court behind the wheel, Bennington explains how he developed his screaming vocal style — which he describes as “screaning” — and declares, during a particularly bittersweet moment of the episode, “This is probably the greatest day of my life right now.”

Bennington was found dead in his home in Palos Verdes Estates in California, at the age of 41 as a result of hanging. According to the coroner’s office, Bennington hanged himself from a bedroom door.

News of Bennington’s death came just hours after Linkin Park released its latest music video, “Talking to Myself.” The band, which released its latest album “One More Light” in May, was scheduled to hit the road again later that month. The band subsequently canceled its upcoming tour.

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‘Carpool Karaoke’: Miley Cyrus Sings, Talks Getting High, And Cries On Command With James Corden

In the latest installment of Carpool Karaoke on The Late Late Show With James Corden, Miley Cyrus comes in like a wrecking ball to sing her infectious pop hits, talk about how her twerking led to activism, and, of course, her favorite pastime of smoking weed.
Cyrus and Corden made a wonderful duo as they sang — in harmony — some of her greatest hits including “We Cant Stop,” “The Climb,” “Younger Now,” “Wrecking Ball,” and the anthem of woo-girls everywhere, “Party In The…

In the latest installment of Carpool Karaoke on The Late Late Show With James Corden, Miley Cyrus comes in like a wrecking ball to sing her infectious pop hits, talk about how her twerking led to activism, and, of course, her favorite pastime of smoking weed. Cyrus and Corden made a wonderful duo as they sang — in harmony — some of her greatest hits including “We Cant Stop,” “The Climb,” “Younger Now,” “Wrecking Ball,” and the anthem of woo-girls everywhere, “Party In The…

Watch the Foo Fighters’ Raucous ‘Carpool Karaoke’ With James Corden

It’s hard not to get the feeling that a big part of the Foo Fighters’ ongoing popularity is the fact that it looks like it’d be so much fun to hang out with them, and their “Carpool Karaoke” with James Corden does nothing to dispel that notion. As usual, the host and the artist drive… Read more »

It’s hard not to get the feeling that a big part of the Foo Fighters’ ongoing popularity is the fact that it looks like it’d be so much fun to hang out with them, and their “Carpool Karaoke” with James Corden does nothing to dispel that notion. As usual, the host and the artist drive... Read more »