Between hilarious duets of Smith’s biggest hits, Corden asks about his career and family … plus, they crash a wedding.
The soul superstars harmonize on each other’s hits, welcome surprise guests, and serenade a laundromat.
It’s a battle of the screamers as Eichner and Metallica sing the band’s hits—and a classic from The Little Mermaid.
The indomitable Game of Thrones sisters sing Bieber and Miley while showing off their best Ned Stark impressions.
The musical theater aficionados belt out their favorite show tunes, and Seth shows off his horn skills.
Miley, Billy Ray, Tish, Brandi, Trace, Braison, and Noah Cyrus all pile into one vehicle for a rowdy good time.
It’s ladies first when Latifah and Jada take a girls' trip around L.A. singing '80s R&B and reminiscing about Prince.
The large-and-in-charge personalities compare their freestyle and free-throw skills in between tunes.
Strahan ribs Gordon about his many sponsorships and gets him to sing along to his shout-out in Nelly’s “E.I.”
Shakira teaches Trevor how to shimmy—and yodel—while giving him a tour of Barcelona.
Tracee unleashes her rap alter ego “T-Murda” to lay down a guest verse on Big Sean’s “Bounce Back.”
These Planet of the Apps castmates reunite for an airport drive that turns into a full-on dance party.
Sheryl and Dierks bring plenty of surprises to Nashville, even though people can’t spell their names.
Things get quite fast and a bit furious when Tyrese and Luda face off in an obstacle course driving contest.
Country meets comedy as Shelton coaches an unfiltered Handler on the art of car-singing.
Amid sing-alongs to James Blunt and The B-52’s, Neil and Tyler decide to start their own magic act—presented by Tyler.
After Joe quizzes Camila on Jonas Brothers trivia, the pair bond over missing their proms—and decide to change that.
The episode sees Bennington, along with band mates Mike Shinoda and Joe Hahn, driving around Los Angeles with US comedian Ken Jeong and singing along to their hits, including Numb, In The End and Talking To Myself.
Corden tests the limits of LeBron’s trash-talking cool in between sing-alongs to Usher and Ice Cube classics.
The leading men of Tag compare awkward fan stories between group covers of “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “I Want It That Way."
The Westworld stars trade their horses for wheels and perform “Loop,” a hilarious new version of “Shoop” rewritten for their characters.
They may be stars, but this father-daughter pair clashes over car music like everyone else. For them, it’s The Charlie Daniels Band vs. Cardi B.
Andy, Jorma and Akiva fanboy all over their comedy hero while singing along to his funniest hits. Wait for the blooper reel.
After testing Bebe’s massive vocal range, Wiz decides to teach her to drive. Wanna guess which two colors his test rides come in?
The Hollywood super-couple pays their love forward by setting up a dating game show in their backseat and crashing a wedding.
A single vehicle winds up playing host to a dozen of the WWE’s biggest (and we mean BIGGEST) stars on musical adventures.
Equipped with a big gold buzzer to recognize a job well done, Tyra tests Yachty’s skills at runway walking, flirting, and duets.
Rashida quizzes her legendary dad on working with icons like Sinatra and Michael Jackson—while they sing Q’s hits.
The supermodel besties let us in on their secret handshake—and then subject their friendship to a revealing lie detector test.
Jason takes the Electric Mayhem’s van for a spin while Kermit checks out the gang’s musical skills in a series of auditions.
Gisele used Boyz II Men songs to help learn English. Now, she fulfills her dream of becoming their duet partner.
Sonequa, Anthony, Doug, and Mary nerd out about their Trekker fanbase between singalongs to David Bowie, Ed Sheeran…and Rent.
This hilarious duo’s ride has everything: crime, time travel, a magic carpet ride, and one life beginning as another ends. Also, Dr. Drew!
When they’re not swapping injury stories, this trio of extreme athletes tackle a new competitive sport: Eddie Vedder impressions.
Ever wondered where “alright, alright, alright” comes from? Wonder no more, because Matthew is ready to give Snoop the scoop.
Travis and KD reveal their guilty pleasures, debate Domino’s and Thanos’ superpowers, and go from “Super Freak” to “SICKO MODE.”
Singing through the Marvel Universe.
The actors and longtime friends swap animal attack stories, face off in an accent competition, and celebrate fellow Welshman Tom Jones.
The Rocketman stars share some questionable London “facts” while belting along to Bowie, George Michael, and—of course—Elton John.
The Broadway stars invent songs for neglected holidays, cram a concert into a teeny-tiny space, and belt out pitch-perfect covers.
Hootie sing-alongs take a competitive turn when Darius and Anthony set out to break a surprising Guinness world record.
Robin, Nicole and Ken take a break from evaluating masked celebrities and force everyday citizens to perform for them.
A simple car ride becomes a turbulent musical collaboration between the singer and the comic. Will their love of robots and aliens unite them?
Retta invites Christina and Mae to treat themselves on a decked-out spa bus in between passionate sing-alongs to Hamilton and Heart.
Jay’s a hip-hop guy and Seal loves soul and standards, but when it comes to serenading couples, it has to be “Kiss From a Rose."
It’s a new kind of sibling rivalry when Zooey and Emily go head-to-head with Jonathan and Drew to portray one another in a musical spectacular.
The alt-rock icons take the funnyman on a trip from their first hits to covers of TLC and Toto—and swap some questionable memorabilia.
A new batch of wrestling superstars cram themselves into our musical ride for a raucous celebration of one-hit wonders and goofy games.
These multitalented kids swap Broadway origin stories and look for summer jobs between Panic! At the Disco and Stevie Nicks jams.
The comedy icon and the hard-rocking sisters jam out to Madonna and Prince — and HAIM hits, of course — on a drive around Los Angeles.
When Gronk decides to try a career in music, Keegan trains with gruelling vocal warmups and a medley of timeless sports anthems.
The superstar siblings relive childhood battles and compare horror movie screams in between sing-alongs to Violent Femmes and Steppenwolf.
Mark, Robert, Daymond and Kevin take their minds off business by singing Taylor Swift, but before you know it, they're competing again.
It's a Y2K bop bonanza for these action stars as Simu draws on his boy-band past for some Backstreet Boys—all leading to a nail-biting finale.
The White Lotus stars recall filming their smash show, share some hilarious self-taped auditions, and summon tears for the first Carpool Cry-Off.
Slaying their own fierce hits, the superstars compare real names, take over a convenience store, and do the very first Boat-pool Karaoke.
These lovebirds first met on the set of this very show. They recount the details of their romance while singing Johnny Cash and Wham! favorites.
Two carfuls of wrestling dynamos hit the road in Minneapolis, playing Mind Meld and tearing through a songbook from Pat Benatar to DMX.