James Corden got away his new "Carpool Karaoke" series with the help of a Hollywood A-lister and some extra brass. The below sneak peek also shows Alicia Keys, John Legend, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Alba, Ariana Grande, and LeBron James doing their best insane Carpool performances.
Corden, laughing, said: "I remember it so clearly".
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Corden said he felt he could count Smith among his fans after their first encounter at an awards ceremony, but the Hollywood star said it had been a sham. "Shake The Room", with an unbelievable performance from James when it came to the rap.
Carpool Karaoke: The Series is a 16-episode show featuring celebrities embarking on a musical-and often humorous-car ride. The TV host then asked the Men In Black actor if he had ever been asked to play the former United States president Barack Obama, and you might be surprised at his answer.
YouTube offers a clipped version of the episode, though it hits several of the show's major moments, including Corden and Smith singing "Gettin' Jiggy Wit It" alongside a full marching band.
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Also set to appear in the series are Alicia Keys, John Legend, Will.i.am, Jessica Alba, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ariana Grande, Seth McFarlane, Taraji P. Henson, Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams.
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