James Corden was joined by three stars on Carpool Karaoke as he sang with Gwen Stefani and picked up George Clooney and Julia Roberts who had joined them in chitchat and in singing.
Corden belted out No Doubt's "Don't Speak" with Stefani and also complemented the looks of the singer saying that she is “like Benjamin Button” because she is "not ageing," but instead "getting younger.” They also sang together her new solo track, "Used To Love You" and even tried to replicate emoji faces.
“My life blew up and then I started to fall in love and wrote a record about it. That’s what the facelift is,” Stefani said, according to News.com.au. After spending more minutes chatting and singing with the host, Clooney and Roberts joined them in the car.
The foursome sang together "Hollaback Girl" and their version of Queen's "We Are the Champions." Surprisingly, Clooney and Roberts, who both starred on Oceans 13, know the lyrics of "Hollaback Girl."
“Ain’t No Hollaback meaning if some guys are on a construction site and they’re yelling at a girl, she’s not going to turn back, she’s not that kind of a girl,” Clooney said about what Hollaback means. But Stefani said that she will never reveal the real meaning of the track, The Sun reported.
When Corden talked about his favorite line in one of Roberts' movies, Clooney was not impressed.
“I’m just a girl standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her,” Corden said from Roberts' Notting Hill, wherein Clooney responded saying, “Now I’m not sure I want you to drive.”
As Corden arrived at work for the The Late Late Show, he encouraged Clooney and Roberts to just get an Uber on their way home.
Other guests for the Carpool Karaoke include Adele, Justin Bieber, Elton John, Mariah Carey and Sia. Prior to this, his recent guest was Jennifer Lopez who showed her best music video faces and also shared about getting insurance for her butt, NME reported.