James Corden Addresses 'Carpool Karaoke' Video Where He Doesn't Appear to be Driving
By Rachel McRady
This video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors.
If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page.
Justin Bieber and James Corden Film 'Carpool Karaoke' and Serve …
Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson Are Casually Dating (Source)
Kim Kardashian Jokes About Her Three Divorces During Speech at F…
Pete Davidson Shares His Dating Dealbreaker Amid Kim Kardashian …
Adele Gets Emotional as Son Angelo Watches Her Perform Live for …
‘90 Day Fiancé’: Sumit Goes Behind Jenny’s Back and Sabotages Ma…
Adele ‘Not Fazed’ by Conversation Around Her 100 Lb. Weight Loss
‘Tiger King 2’ Explores What Really Happened to Carole Baskin’s …
Jessica Alba on the Importance of Breaking Stigma Around Mental …
'Marvel's Hit-Monkey' Star Ally Maki Dishes on Hulu's Animated S…
Paul Rudd Reacts to Working With OG Bill Murray in ‘Ghostbusters…
Salma Hayek on Acting With Lady Gaga in ‘House of Gucci’ (Exclus…
Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk Are in a ‘Great Groove’ Co-Parent…
'Diana, The Musical' Cast on Which Royals They Think Will Watch …
‘Hawkeye’: Vera Farmiga and Tony Dalton Joke About Being ‘Sword …
Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello Call it Quits After 2 Years Toge…
David Duchovny Reacts to Getting Eddie Vedder’s Musical Stamp of…
Adele on Why She Refuses to Make TikTok Music
Adele Gets Emotional Over Love for Her Son
James Corden is not letting the rumors surrounding "Carpool Karaoke" stand! The 41-year-old British host of The Late Late Show made the segment a success over his almost five years on the American talk show, and on Wednesday he addressed the speculation as to whether or not he actually drives while filming.
Calling the claims he doesn't drive "fake news," Corden continued, "I know this looks bad. But I just want to say right now that I always drive the car unless we're doing something where we think it might not be safe, like a dance routine or a costume change or if I'm drunk."
He noted that for the upcoming sketch with Bieber, "It was a safety issue."
"Frankly, I just kept getting lost in his eyes," he joked.
Pointing out that the behind-the-scenes video now has more than 13 million views (more than some "Carpool Karaoke" videos), Corden quipped, "I'm just shocked. I've done something that upset people more than Cats."
He went on to insist that he drives the vehicles "95 percent of the time," adding, "I want credit for it because I was raised driving on the completely different side of the road!"
Corden took a lighthearted approach to the "scandal," choosing to clear up some other rumors.
"I hate to be the bearer of even more bad news, but while we're getting things out in the open, I don't actually need them to help me get to work," he joked of the musicians who join him in the cars. "Often, I'm at work already. We've also never once, in the history of doing that bit, ever used the carpool lane. There's not even a carpool lane on my way to work and I just thought that we all knew this. And I'm sorry that you were so deep into the reality of 'Carpool Karaoke,' but it's TV and sometimes we do stuff just for the sake of entertainment."
He went on to show that he's only used a tow in a total of five of the many "Carpool Karaoke" segments.