Prepare yourself. Maroon 5 frontman and The Voice star Adam Levine is finally getting his Carpool Karaoke on with James Corden. Yes, it is finally happening, and the segment has even gotten a cop's attention. In a teaser promoting his appearance on Thursday night's episode, Levine can be seen singing with and driving Corden while answering tough questions. Don't believe it? See it for yourself in the video below:
Adam Levine joins a myriad of stars, including Adele, Bruno Mars, Britney Spears, and Jennifer Lopez, who have done Carpool Karaoke. It is arguably the first segment to land The Late Late Show a significant foothold in pop culture. Given the screams that can be heard as Levine is revealed to the audience, the pop rocker's appearance is going to be another major hit for the late night chatfest. The popularity of the segment has shown no signs of slowing down.
Carpool Karaoke videos have been viewed in the tens of millions. For instance, the one of Adam Levine's The Voice co-star, Gwen Stefani doing the segment with George Clooney and Julia Roberts coming along for some of the drive, went viral. As it stands now, the video has been watched 47 million times. Regardless of the stars that have found filming the segment "awkward" and others finding the experience uncomfortable, James Corden keeps landing singers ready to take a seat in the car and croon.
Adam Levine's Carpool Karaoke is set to take some interesting twists and swerves, as the duo leave the streets of Los Angeles, to take a wild ride on the aforementioned road, which, for the record, was very slippery. The audience's squeals will not be the only ones you are likely to hear courtesy of the segment. The good news for Levine, though, is that the questions James Corden asks are not personal, rather general trivia such as state capitals. Sounds simple enough, right?
In the teaser, fans also get a taste of what the set list will include. Among the hit songs James Corden and Adam Levine can be seen crooning are Maroon 5's collaboration with Christina Aguilera ("Moves Like Jagger") and the band's 2015 hit "Sugar." Fans will have to tune in to find out what other songs from the Grammy-winning artist's catalog are performed. Personally, "Won't Go Home Without You," "Wake Up Call," "Sunday Morning," "This Love," and "Harder to Breathe" are five musts.
Find out if he sings them when Adam Levine sings on Carpool Karaoke on The Late Late Show tonight at 12:35 a.m. ET on CBS. For more television-related fun, check out our guide to TV's summer premieres. For a better handle on what to expect when the warm weather fades, check out our 2018 network TV rundown.