Justin Bieber returned to Carpool Karaoke on The Late Late Show with James Corden.
The third time was the charm for Justin Bieber and “Carpool Karaoke.” The singer once again joined James Corden for a drive around Los Angeles that covered a wide range of topics and ended with a Bieber classic.
Bieber’s two previous “Carpool Karaoke” appearances have earned over 230 million views on YouTube, with the first go-around landing among the most watched Late Late Show clips of all time. The 2020 edition that aired Tuesday night is on its way to challenging that number after getting nearly two million views in just seven hours.
The “Carpool Karaoke” segment from Bieber kicked off the singer’s week long takeover of The Late Late Show with James Corden. He will be back tonight and will likely play a round of “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” in what should be another must-see moment.
If “Carpool Karaoke” is any indication, then Bieber should be ready to spill his guts. The pop star was open and honest during his drive with Corden and didn’t hold back when it came to criticizing the Late Late Show host’s dance moves, challenging Tom Cruise (again), or talking about his wedding to Hailey Baldwin.
Say what you want about Justin Bieber but it is clear that he doesn’t take himself too seriously these days. Pop stars who make it big at an early age almost always face an uphill battle in the public’s eye and Bieber has made his fair share of mistakes. But in this “Carpool Karaoke,” the singer seems to have a pretty good handle on things.
Part of that may come with the chemistry he has with James Corden. Bieber has made a number of appearances on The Late Late Show over the years and there is an obvious comfort level between the star and comedian.
Bieber did double down on his challenge to fight Tom Cruise, which is sure to raise some eyebrows. Yet like the tweet, it did seem a little tongue-in-cheek from Bieber. By now, the pop star is probably an expert at playing things up to the camera and knowing how to make headlines, even if for his own amusement.
Fans also got a little more insight into Bieber’s wedding to model Hailey Baldwin as well as a hint about what home life is like for the couple. Hearing that Bieber performed “One Less Lonely Girl” to his bride will definitely make longtime fans happy.
All in all, it was another entertaining edition of “Carpool Karaoke” and a good start to #LateLateBieber week. However, with BTS on deck , it may not be long before the internet forgets all about Bieber and Corden’s drive.
How do you think the 2020 edition of Justin Bieber on “Carpool Karaoke” ranks among his other appearances? Who do you want to see take a drive with James Corden next? Let us know in the comment section below and keep checking Last Night On for more updates, news, and highlights.