You best belieb it when we say, this might just make you love Justin Bieber all over again.
Bieber’s carpool karaoke skit on May 20th’s (Wednesday) “Late Late Show with James Corden” was surprisingly awesome. The controversial pop star was back on top form as he answered hilarious questions about his love life, underwear and his song lyrics!
Like Mariah Carey and Jennifer Hudson, the “Baby” singer rides shotgun with the British comedian, joining him on his daily commute to the CBS studios. Despite looking at little awkward in the beginning, his hit song “Baby” blaring out from Corden’s car radio just changed everything!
Both Bieber and Corden proceed to dance in perfect synchronisation, sing, and rap their way through a string of Bieber classics including “Baby” and “Boyfriend”. The duo share a hilarious carpool chat and, a sub-two-minute Rubik’s cube challenge.
“When I picked you up I didn’t recognise you for a minute,” Corden tells Bieber in their first dialogue. “Because you had a top on.”
Bieber laughs, and admits he did a lot of working out for his Calvin Klein ad and Men’s Health cover. Corden goes on to ask if he has a lifetime supply of underwear now?
“I’ve got a lot,” Bieber replies, before admitting to wearing a pair once and then throwing them away. “I definitely don’t wear them twice.”
The video even sees Bieber making fun of himself after singing along to “Baby”. Corden is heard telling Bieber that it was such a huge hit. Justin response was pure gold:
It’s a smash record. It’s got the most dislikes on the internet.
The singing and dancing continues, among some hilarious conversations about girls, sex, and poor song lyrics. However, while the duo’s karaoke to Bieber’s hits are entertaining, it’s nothing compared to the finale: a incredibly heartfelt singalong to Boyz II Men’s “End of the Road”.
Watch the full carpool karaoke video below and have the Biebs make your day:
Have a good Friday and happy weekend everyone!
via US Weekly
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