After the pair sang karaoke on a roller coaster and drove through a McDonalds -- leaving some of the fast food employees utterly star struck -- Corden got Gomez to open up about being part of Taylor Swift's infamous squad.
"I like to consider myself an O.G., like the original," Gomez explained.
"I actually think the squad is a bit sexist," Corden fired back. "Because it’s all about being equals, and yet no man has been asked to join the squad. I actually find it degrading to men."
"Well I think this industry could use a little bit of female sexism," Gomez responded. "I think we have a right to be that way. It's a lot harder doing what I have to do."
But it’s not like the singer is totally opposed to some male energy in her inner circle.
"Find me a boyfriend and then we'll talk about it," Gomez told Corden, opening up a whole new avenue for the late night host to excitedly explore. Corden seemed surprised by the singer's candor and asked if she was currently looking for a boyfriend.
"Sure, why not?" Gomez shrugged, before admitting, "Well, I don't know. I like to have fun."
"So what you're saying is you want to get a guy in every port?" Corden joked.
"No!" Gomez said, blushing. "Not every place."
The segment quickly changed direction after that, as the two sang Swift's hit "Shake It Off" and drove off into the sunset.