Red Hot Chili Peppers “Carpool Karaoke” Video With James Corden On ‘Late Late Show’ – WATCH!
The late night talk show announced last week that the popular rock band would be helping Corden navigate the streets of Los Angeles in an effort to beat traffic. Band members Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Chad Smith, and Josh Klinghoffer all hitched a ride with the host. Naturally, the band and Corden busted out numerous songs from the group’s vast music catalogue during the drive.
Corden picked up the guys, asked if they wouldn’t mind listening to music, and naturally, their popular song, “Can’t Stop,” was cued up and they all belted it out. The band and the host also performed “Food Glorious Food” from Oliver and then their song “Give It Away” while riding in the car. The segment was filled with laughs and wackiness, including Kiedis and Corden getting out of the car and wrestling on some person’s lawn. When they got back into the car they sang “Californication” and “Under The Bridge.”
After Corden noted how the band usually performs half-naked, he, Flea and Kiedis stripped their shirts off and sang “The Zephyr Song.” Kiedis also talked about how Cher used to babysit for him when he was at a younger, “hormonal” age. Next, they sang “Dark Necessities” and “By The Way.” Smith also regaled Corden with a story about how when they were once performing in Holland he saw two fans having a fight with their prosthetic legs.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers teased their late night appearance earlier on Monday, writing on Twitter, “Check our bizarre 15 minutes of #CarpoolKaraoke with James Corden on the @latelateshow tonight!!!!!!” Corden also shared a shot of himself and the band on Instagram, writing, “On the menu tonight: #CarpoolKaraoke with an extra side of Chili Peppers.” This week’s installment follows last week’s Tony Awards-themed edition with Lin-Manuel Miranda, Audra McDonald, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Jane Krakowski.
That one was also shown during Sunday’s Tonys, which Corden hosted. Check out the full video below of James Corden’s “Carpool Karaoke” with the Red Hot Chili Peppers on the “Late Late Show.”