Watch the First Trailer for the 'Carpool Karaoke' Apple Music Series
By Rachel McRady
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More Carpool Karaoke is on its way! The popular Late Late Show sketch is getting a show of its own.
The first trailer for the new Apple Music show aired during Sunday night’s GRAMMY Awards. GRAMMYs host James Corden appears in the clip, but he’s not the only one behind the wheel.
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A handful of stars including Ariana Grande, Chelsea Handler, Blake Shelton, Will Smith, Michael Strahan, Billy Eichner, and more all happily rock out in the clip.
The new show is coming soon to Apple Music and will be separate from Corden’s work on The Late Late Show.
The British host popularized the sketch after taking over for the late night program. Since Mariah Carey appeared in the first Carpool Karaoke sketch, many other chart-toppers, including Adele, Bruno Mars, Selena Gomez, and Britney Spears, have all gone for a ride.
The drivers will consist of 16 different celebrities, who will be paired with other stars. Carpool Karaoke got some additional GRAMMYs love on Sunday night when Corden had an impromptu sing-along with the awards show attendees. But it was Beyonce and Jay Z’s daughter Blue Ivy Carter who stole the show, joining in on the fun.
For more from Carpool Karaoke, watch the clip below!