Madonna “Carpool Karaoke” Video With James Corden On ‘Late Late Show’

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Madonna Carpool Karaoke James Corden

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Madonna was James Corden’s guest passenger for “Carpool Karaoke” on Wednesday’s “Late Late Show.” Watch the video below!

The popular talk show segment features the late-night host driving around with music superstars while singing some of their biggest hits, and the Queen of Pop has now made her debut to the series. “Thank you so much for showing me around the city,” Corden said as Madonna sat shotgun in his vehicle. “I don’t know New York that well. Do you mind if we listen to music?” She responded, “I don’t really like riding around in a car unless there’s music.”

With that, her hit “Vogue” began playing and the two sang it and did the different signature moves that go along with the song. That was followed by them singing “Bitch I’m Madonna,” which resulted in the singer twerking in the car. After discussing how the Vatican ex-communicated her, Corden and Madonna sang, “Papa Don’t Preach.” Next, they sang “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina” from the musical “Evita,” as well as her song “Express Yourself.”

Corden noted that Madonna doesn’t have a type, to which she said she loves men who are funny. She then insulted the talk show host’s clothing, which she termed “Seattle 1990s.” At one point, Corden asked what it was like hanging out with Michael Jackson, to which she coyly responded, “You want me to kiss and tell then, don’t you?” Madonna later admitted she kissed Jackson, who she got to “loosen up with a glass of Chardonnay.” They also sang Madonna’s hits “Ray Of Light” and “Music.”

It should also be noted, Gossip Cop previously debunked a false National Enquirer story claiming Madonna had been rejected from “Carpool Karaoke.” Obviously, that’s not the case. Watch Madonna’s installment of “Carpool Karaoke” in the video below!

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