Singing can be an escape, a mood changer or simply a narration of a relative situation hugged by rhythm and melody. It’s something that can be done almost everywhere except for places that require the utmost silence. Music has the ability to gather people and let them sing, dance and party. Many have become richer by choosing this path as a lifelong career – talk about the famous singers that dominate mainstream media of whom we idolize.
Rubbing elbows with the who’s who is a privilege given to few. And luckily, this is a chance that the late night host James Corden was able to devour in very much abyss. Why, if singing with the music industry’s hottest personalities while driving isn’t insane in a great way, I don’t know how else to call it.
Many would not mind hitching and driving for free if it is going to be with sensational singers Adele, Carrie Underwood, Mariah Carey, Justin Bieber and One Direction. The segment ‘Carpool Karaoke’ of the Late Late Show with James Corden has gathered much attention especially when Adele graced the host’s front car seat and belted not only her smashing hits but Nicki Minaj’s Monster and Spice Girls’ Wannabe.
Watchers were left smiling when they saw the songstress lay her hair down and just be a party girl having a good time belting fun songs alongside her good comrade. Why, this video became even record braking as it garnered more than 40 million views and counting.
Aside from the lovely Adele, James Corden was also able to welcome the legendary Stevie Wonder in his very own car. With a touch of comedy and hilarious conversations while humming the singer’s famous songs, the video also got a massive 15 million views.
People can’t get enough of this segment on Corden’s very own show. Followers can’t help but to wish they know the singers on the list to be featured next but of course, that will only unfold by religiously watching the program that redefined how cool it is to have a mini party inside the car.
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