Kelly Clarkson Grooves With James Corden During 'Carpool Karaoke'


Corden asked, "Do you get to spend a lot of time together outside of work, the two of you?"

Kelly Clarkson figured out how to have everything on The Late Show on Wednesday night, however, when she turned her "Carpool Karaoke" ride with have James Corden into a hit parade and a sentimental date with hubby Brandon Blackstock.

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For the latest instalment of the "Late Late Show's popular segment, the "American Idol" victor belted out the lyrics to her famous songs including "Since You've Been Gone", "Loft So Soft", "Stronger", "Because of You" and 'Whole Lotta Woman" while riding next to host James Corden. "Did my husband talk to you?"

Clarkson is the latest celebrity guest to join the Late Late Show host on his viral singing series, with her episode airing in the USA last night (November 29). "Is this an intervention?"

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A graduate of the Beijing Film Academy, Liu speaks fluent English and also lived in New York City during her childhood years. Liu, who spent part of her childhood in NY , has starred in both English- and Chinese-language films over the years.

"I feel like we're making a porn".

Corden then challenges her to sing "do you want the receipt, or can I put it in the bag", and she does, and it sounds fantastic of course! The Late Late Show host set up a mini table with a rose and chocolate-covered strawberries. "The kids aren't here", the American Idol alum said about her children River Rose, 3, and son Remington, 1. "It's supposed to be a romantic date night!" "It's hard because I work a lot and I'm a mom but we can try", Clarkson said of trying to find time alone while a clearly embarrassed Blackstock tried to get into it.

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