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Entertainment May 31, 2017   |  by

Apple Music’s “Carpool Karaoke” to Debut August 8

Carpool Karaoke returns to liven up our dreary lives soon.

Apple Music’s Carpool Karaoke will debut on Tuesday, August 8. New episodes will be released on Apple Music every Tuesday.

Carpool Karaoke is a popular segment from The Late Late Show with James Corden. Each episode sees James Corden “carpooling” with celebrities who indulge in heartfelt sing-a-longs with the charismatic host.

Apple Music’s Carpool Karaoke consists of 16 episodes starring big name celebrities like Ariana Grande, Will Smith, Alicia Keys, and John Legend.

Corden, also the creator of Carpool Karaoke, is scheduled to make an appearance with actor Will Smith and basketball athlete LeBron James.

Apple Music’s Carpool Karaoke will only be available to Apple Music subscribers. Membership is priced at S$4.98 per month for students, S$9.98 for individual subscribers, and S$14.98 per month for a family plan.

Source: Channel News Asia

While you count down to August 8, check out five of our favorite Carpool Karaoke episodes:

Red Hot Chilli Peppers

Age ain’t nothing but a number, and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers bears testament to this. We learn Flea and Anthony Kiedis have a song they wrote together while camping and stoned years ago, and still remember every gibberish word to the jingle. Plus, everyone takes their tops off towards the end of the segment. Pure joy and entertainment.

Steph Curry

Stephen Curry knows his Disney songs. Need evidence? Watch him belt tracks like “How Far I’ll Go” and “Love Is an Open Door” from Disney films Moana and Frozen. The best part? Curry’s actually a pretty decent singer. Who would’ve thought?

Adele

Looking for an episode where James Corden upstages his musical guests? Here’s one! The English host returns to London for a banter-filled karaoke session with the affable and charming Adele. Bonus: The songstress raps flawlessly to Nicki Minaj’s “Monster”.

Michelle Obama

Mobama and Missy Elliot? Few Carpool Karaoke episodes could stand up to this dynamic duo. Watch as Michelle Obama sings flawlessly to songs by Stevie Wonder and Beyonce, before rapping to Missy Elliot’s iconic 2001 hit, “Get Ur Freak On”. Missy’s infectious energy is also a clear reminder how she has remained a star all these years.

Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber unleashes his funny side on his second Carpool Karaoke appearance. Apart from singing, Bieber and Corden also spent some time dressing in each other in outfits they would normally wear. Needless to say, the results are hilarious.

What are some of your favorite Carpool Karaoke episodes? Let us know in the comments below.

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