‘Carpool Karaoke’ With Adam Levine, James Corden And … Johnny Law?

Brenda Watkins
May 28, 2018

Thursday night's episode of "Carpool Karaoke" for The Late Late Show with James Corden had its first ever encounter with the law.

At one point, they're even encouraged to pull over by a police officer, who wants Levine to 'sing a song for me'.

Corden rolled down his passenger side window to find out what the sheriff wanted.

Sirens can be heard and then a sheriff's auto is seen driving alongside their vehicle as James winds the window down and says: "What do the police want?" So Corden slowly pulled over, hoping not to get a ticket for driving under the influence of Adam's handsome voice.

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Realizing that they had been caught in the act, the pair laughed and Corden exclaimed, "You want us to pull over so he can sing a song for you?" "Because you can cause a traffic hazard".

"I don't know that Bryan's management had told Bryan that it was a sort of collaboration with lots of other singers from that time period", explained James.

By now most folks are familiar with James Corden's "Carpool Karaoke" shtick, in which he and a celebrity belt out tunes while cruising through L.A. traffic. "I completely panicked. I panicked in my absolute core".

If you're going to get pulled over, having Adam Levine riding in the front seat might make things a little better for you. Corden tries to clarify, as he and Levine burst into laughter.

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