James Corden has been joined by a whole host of famous faces for his much-loved Carpool Karaoke skit on “The Late Late Show”, but the latest one could be the best yet.
The British presenter was joined by rock band the Foo Fighters – who have just released their ninth studio album “Concrete and Gold” – for the most recent segment, with the group belting out some of the band’s classics before dropping into a music store for a quick drumming session with Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins.
Corden gave it his absolute all as he rocked out in the car with the musicians, with them singing along to the likes of “All My Life,” “Best Of You” And “Learn To Fly”. They also belted out new the single “The Sky Is A Neighborhood”.
After then popping into the store, the group featured Corden on guitar, treating lucky shoppers to a rendition of Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up” – as they did at London’s O2 Arena on Tuesday night.
During the 12-minute long clip, Grohl was also quizzed by Corden about the moment he broke his leg on stage in Sweden back in 2015, with him insisting it ended up being one of the best shows ever despite somebody having to “hold his ankle in place” on stage while he finished the set.
The former Nirvana drummer previously said of the horrific incident: “When it happened, I didn’t feel a thing. I tried to get up and walk and my ankle collapsed under my weight.”
He continued, “I just fell back to the ground and looked up at my road crew and said ‘It’s broken. It’s gone.’ The band didn’t know what was happening, so they kept playing. I looked at [my foot] and it was just hanging there, because it was dislocated and my leg was broken. But it still didn’t hurt. One by one the guys in the band stopped playing, peered over the edge of the stage.”
He added, “I was just laughing. I couldn’t believe it happened. It was in the second song too, that’s what was such a drag.”