Beep beep, beep beep, yeah!
Just try to prevent yourself from singing along now that we have our first look at Paul McCartney and James Corden singing a mobile duet on The Beatles’ classic “Baby You Can Drive My Car” when the pair team up for the latest edition of “Carpool Karaoke”.
The Beatles legend will be one of the guests on this week’s special London episodes of “The Late Late Show” and will take part in the popular segment, which has previously featured guests such as Adele, Elton John, Madonna, and Michelle Obama.
Check out a snippet from Corden’s “Carpool Karaoke” with Sir Paul in the video above, with the full segment set to air sometime this week when “The Late Late Show” broadcasts from London Monday through Thursday.
McCartney and Corden recently filmed their episode of “Carpool Karaoke” in Liverpool, where the pair sang McCartney’s hits and gatecrashed a Beatles tour. Variety recently spoke to Jackie Spencer, the tour guide who was leading fans around the Fab Four’s hometown when they were surprised by the two special guests.
“We’d had a lovely morning. I had four people with me, from Washington State and California, and we were finishing the tour by the new statues,” Spencer said.
“There was a couple of paparazzi around and we said to one of them, ‘Who’s the celebrity in town?’ And then this guy said, ‘Well, I’ll tell you one of them: It’s James Corden. He’s with somebody else and they’re in that car over there.’
“And the next minute this black car pulls up and both Paul McCartney and James Corden get out of it!
“[McCartney] was being really nice to everybody. He was packing people in so they could get pictures with him. He and James Corden were taking selfies. And they just walked back, got in the car, and disappeared off and went ’round Liverpool. It was fabulous.”
The special London episodes, which will air June 19-22, will also feature composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, and the England football (soccer) team, who will try to convince Americans to support England seeing as the USA team did not qualify for the World Cup.
Damian Lewis, J.J. Abrams, and Ruth Wilson will also appear in the studio alongside previously announced guests Cher, Cate Blanchett, Orlando Bloom, Niall Horan, and Foo Fighters.
The episodes will be broadcast from the historic Central Hall in Westminster.