Jennifer Lopez Joins James Corden on Carpool Karaoke Special — Video

Jenny has made her way from the Block to the carpool lane.

Jennifer Lopez joined James Corden on Tuesday for the Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special, in which the infectiously happy duo came this close to forming an epic rap group whilst singing along to such tracks as “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” and “On the Floor.”

In between songs, Corden got up-close and personal with his latest celebrity passenger, inquiring about some rumored booty insurance and sending flirtatious text messages on her behalf to Oscar winner Leonardo DiCaprio. (You’re gonna want to see his response!)

Watch J.Lo and J.Co’s commute above, then sound off in the comments.

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11 Comments
  1. Mr. Tran K says:

    CARPOOL KARAOKE ROCKS!!

  2. Mr. Tran K says:

    Hope they better book Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars and Maroon 5 for future carpool karaokes.

  3. Sally McLinn says:

    Jennifer is one of the most underrated talents in the business. Beyonce and Taylor get a lot of press, but Jlo works harder than the two of them. And if you’re not watching Shades of Blue, you’re missing a very good TV show.

  4. mm811 says:

    Omg – Leo talks like that??

  5. Jill says:

    That’s it. I love J Lo now.

  6. GleeBunny says:

    I really, REALLY need to hear Michael Slezak’s take on this. Preferably on Reality Check.

  7. RD says:

    I enjoy these segments but James really has to stop singing louder than his guest-It’s about them,not him.

    • S. says:

      His name is on the show. It *is* about him. It’s not his fault some people are promoted as singers when they’re really not strong vocalists. He’s been on Broadway, he’s trained to project. If he holds back, it’s too quiet. It’s his obligation to make the tv the best it can be, not tone it down so you hear JLo sans autotune. It felt like something her people talked her into, and she wasn’t really relaxed. James got all mischievous with her phone to make it more interesting. They all do it for PR, who are we kidding, but some people have more fun with it than others.