While jamming out to some of Maroon 5's greatest hits, James Corden's latest segment with Adam Levine got interrupted by the police. But they ran into some issues when a Los Angeles County sheriff pulled up beside them and sounded his siren.
The duo even got pulled over by a cop, but only so the cop could ask for a song and pass on a warning about not causing traffic hazards.
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.
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Reached by phone Tuesday, Michael confirmed he's still bumming it at home, and would not elaborate on the nature of his business. Michael is believed to have been upset by the decision, labelling it as "outrageous".
Corden and Levine start laughing as the host makes sure he understood the cop's request: 'You want to pull us over so he can sing a song for you?' I completely panicked", Corden said before asking Levine, "How are you so chill?
The minute-long teaser also shows Levine getting behind the wheel as he shows off his extreme driving skills on a course while Corden attempts to test his smarts with trivia questions. Last night it was Adam Levine - the voice of Maroon5 and the face of The Voice - but this week's model was a little different. But as the two began to break into song, they were interrupted by the sound of cop auto sirens. "What do the police want?" He can sing, he can play guitar, he can look good in any clothes, he can push a button and spin his chair around, he can drive an SUV like a race auto.