James Corden is giving the making the much-loved segment from his The Late Late Show into a brand new series on Apple Music, and the hilarious trailer is packed with a load of famous faces.
Will Smith can be seen getting up to mischief with the former Gavin and Stacey star in a montage of clips, taking to the skies over Hollywood in a helicopter, conducting and dancing with a brass band leaning out of the sunroof of their car and the Fresh Prince of Bel Air star even looks to crash a wedding photoshoot, lying down on the bride’s train.
The jam-packed Carpool Karaoke teaser also shows a bizarre scene with Ariana Grande looking on amused as Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane plays the french horn in the car, both of them wearing reminder antlers.
Will Smith and James Corden take a helicopter over Hollywood
Will gatecrashes a wedding and lies on the bride's train
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The odd coupling of John Cena and Shaquille O’Neal looks hilarious, as the trailer shows the pair beatboxing together after squeezing themselves into the the car next to each other. The wrestler even challenges the 7’ Shaq to a basketball game.
John Legend and Alicia Keys get funky singing to some tunes together in one clip, before John gets down with a gospel choir in a laundrette.
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Viewers also see presenter Chelsea Handler and country star Blake Shelton joining James for his hilarious series.
Alicia Keys and John Legend join James to sing some tunes
John Cena and Shaq sueeze into a car together
The trailer, which aired during last night’s Grammy Awards ceremony, doesn’t say when the series will arrive on Apple Music, but it is expected to drop later this year.
There will be 16 half-hour episodes in the series, which Apple Music bought six months ago.
It looks like Apple Music’s budget has exaggerated the hilarious skit even further as Metallica and Billy Eichner also make an appearance.
Carpool Karaoke comes to Apple Music later this year.