The Best Of Carpool Karaoke, Which Is Set To Become A New Web Series

James Corden's "Carpool Karaoke" has outgrown its home. The hit segment from Corden's 'The Late Late Show' will soon be an online series produced by Apple Music. Corden will appear alongside Will Smith in one episode, but based on the show's trailer, it looks like he won't anchor every episode.

Instead, the show will pair stars like Alicia Keys, Metallica, Shaq, Seth MacFarlane and others together.

To celebrate the segment's big moment, here are the 5 best instalments of Corden's Carpool Karaoke, based on their total number of views on YouTube as of February 15, 2017.

5. Selena Gomez

Total views: 62,598,775

Corden and the pop singer crooned an a capella rendition of her 2013 hit 'Come & Get It' while riding a roller coaster. Well, an unflappable Gomez did. Corden couldn't stop screaming once the ride started rocketing down the track.

4. Sia

Total views: 77,452,742

After picking up the Australian singer/songwriter on the side of the road, Corden and Sia sang hits like 'Diamonds', which Sia wrote for Rihanna. Corden even donned a bichromatic wig to get into the duet. 

3. One Direction

Total views: 95,507,272 

In December of 2015, Corden pitched the idea of making One Direction a quintet once again. While driving them around, he taught them synchronized choreography and picked up matching outfits so that they could shoot a video for 'No Control'.

2. Adele

Total views: 148,378,164 views

While home in London for the holidays, Corden cruised the streets with Adele and sang a hit by her girlhood idols.

"It was a huge moment in my life when [The Spice Girls] came out," she said before revealing how devastated she was when Geri Halliwell left the group in 1998. "That was the first time I was truly heartbroken."

So Corden couldn't help but ask, "Is that what Someone Like You's about?" 

1. Justin Bieber, Volumes I and II

Total views: 166,578,540

The top instalment of carpool karaoke is without a doubt the two volumes with Justin Bieber. The first edition featured a medley of the Canadian singer's hits as well as an argument over whether or not fondue was a good dessert for a date. Then Corden challenged Bieber to solve a Rubik's Cube in two minutes.

In the second volume, the two sampled more hits and then went clothes shopping to give each other's wardrobe a makeover.


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