‘Carpool Karaoke’: Ariana Grande Must Be Carried, So James Corden Obliges

Sergio Cunningham
August 17, 2018

Ariana Grande's Carpool Karaoke episode aired last night on the "The Late Late Show with James Corden". After singing a few tunes, they discussed the rumors that Grande never, ever walks, and she proved as much by stopping into Starbucks via piggyback.

During the segment, Grande also cleared up a common misconception about getting carried everywhere she goes.

Earlier this year Grande released her mega-anticipated third full-length album, "Dangerous Woman", which was driven by the title track that reached #1 on both iTunes Overall Top Songs Chart and Top Pop Songs Chart minutes after release.

"There's a picture of me being carried by my tour manager", she explains, "because I had just shot a video in point shoes, and I posted it because I thought it was cute".

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But Corden wasn't just going to let that go.

"It's weird in there, it's weird in there man", said Grande, gesturing toward her head. "I must be carried", she deadpanned to the baristas.

Grande surprised Corden again later on when they both realized Little Shop of Horrors was their dream Broadway show.

"Literally, Audrey's like my dream role", Grande admitted before proving just how ready she is to hit the stage with an wonderful duet of "Suddenly, Seymour" that blows Corden away. It was delightful, if a bit of a rehash, since she did the same song with MacFarlane.

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