Stevie Wonder Takes the Wheel During Carpool Karaoke With James Corden

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Stevie Wonder made host James Corden a little nervous when he slipped into the driver's seat during another installment of the Late Late Show's segment, Carpool Karaoke.

Corden buckled up as the blind music icon insisted he could drive. After Wonder revealed he didn't have his driver's license on him, Corden insisted he take the wheel. Irritating the late-night host a bit, Wonder did a hilarious British accent.

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Aside from the laughs, hearing Wonder sing his own songs was quite the treat.

Corden enjoyed it so much that he had the 65-year-old singer/songwriter ring his wife and sing his hit "I Just Called to Say I Love You." The late-night host was even brought to tears as Wonder serenaded his spouse.

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The GRAMMY winner was also a fan of Corden and even pitched they start a group called The Wonder Cats. "We are going to headline every single place in the world," Wonder insisted.

It's going to be hard to top Wonder, but Corden did reveal to ET his wish list for Carpool Karaoke -- and the names may surprise you. Check out our chat with the CBS late-night host:

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