Jennifer Lopez made an appearance for the primetime special of James Corden's Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke for a happy duet singing along to tracks “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” and “On the Floor.”
Aside from the duet, Lopez also showed Corden her best music video faces and they talked about the rumors linked to the star like the booty insurance, which the diva denied.
Corden even suggested to give the ride a new nickname, "You're J. Lo, I could be J. Co" which made Lopez answer, "I think we should make a rap group together!" adding that they can open it in a Las Vegas show.
"Yeah, but I worry about you having to follow it. I worry the audience are like, 'Aw that's a shame that he's gone,'" Corden said according to NME.
Corden also sent a flirtatious text message to Leonardo DiCaprio using her phone after gushing about her A-list phonebook that included, Demi Lovato, Iggy Azalea and others.
Prior to the premiere, Corden gave fans a preview of the show featuring a rap that was used to kick off the show with the song "Primetime" performed by Corden and Reggie Watts with his version of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Downtown."
"I went to my network boss and said screw it. My boss was like, 'How about a special? You want to do it?'" Corden rapped, according to Billboard. "I'll make your TV shine brighter than a halo. All leading up to a carpool with J.Lo."
Earlier in the show, the host featured the most-viewed segment of the Carpool Karaoke which is the episode with Adele as they sang "Hello," which garnered about 89 million YouTube views.
The Carpool Karaoke segment of the Late Late Show became viral with appearances from Justin Bieber, One Direction and Elton John that brought about 800 million views to the show's YouTube account. Because of the segment's success, the Late Late Show producers are exploring a spinoff series.
The Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special aired on Tuesday at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.