Is anyone else dreaming of the Beyonce “Carpool Karaoke” now? On Monday night, James Corden tackled Beyonce’s new visual album, Lemonade, in a spot-on spoof, imitating the singer’s memorable looks.
Instead of discussing topics of infidelity and heartache (we’re all looking at you, Jay Z), Corden quipped about crafting the perfect monologue and how he didn’t want to write any more Donald Trump jokes.
“Does that make you laugh like Jimmy with the good hair?” he teased, referencing Beyonce’s controversial call-out to “Becky with the good hair” and late-night hosts Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel.
Cutting between images from Queen Bey’s actual film and his own spoof, Corden copied several of the GRAMMY winner’s best looks from her cornrowed album cover shot to cooking up some lemonade in a satin bra and underwear.
Eventually the British comedian dons a bright yellow dress and picks up a baseball bat and starts smashing TVs as Beyonce’s song “Hold Up” plays in the background.
This certainly isn’t Corden’s first celebrity-fueled spoof. Around Halloween he teamed up with Billy Eichner for a parody of Adele’s then-new single, “Hello.”
Beyonce’s visual album debuted on HBO last Saturday before being released on Tidal and iTunes.