James Corden Desperate To Get His Hands On Beyonce at 'Carpool Karaoke'
Jan 11, 2017 02:00 PM EST
The Late Late Show aired on CBS is widely known for host James Corden's delightfully charming segment titled "Carpool Karaoke".
One might think that after having guests like Mariah Carey and the soon-to-be-ex First Lady Michelle Obama, the segment has had them all. However, the latter is not true. There is still one guest that the Late Late Show host is tingling to have on the Carpool Karaoke.
The rather popular segment of The Late Late Show features the host driving popular music artists and personalities and jamming to their songs. All the clips of the previous segments have gone viral almost instantaneously.
The show's executive producer spilled the beans this week about the one celebrity that Corden was aching to get his hands on: Beyonce!
In the beginning, Corden states that it was incredibly tough to get artists to join him on the ride. However, once the segment kick started with none other than the late George Michael it became easier to call famous guests on the show. In his own words "there is no tough sell" anymore.
Despite Corden's words, when questioned about any singular artist that had been impossible to get a hold of, Ben Winston, the executive producer did not hesitate to take the "Single Ladies" star's name.
The Late Late Show segment has received far more attention than anticipated and requests are pouring in to invite more than just singers or artists. According to Business Insider UK, requests to include TV stars and actors, as well as actresses, are increasingly popular.
When questioned about what he looks for in an artist before picking them for the segment, Corden stated that the criteria were basically an individual who was "very comfortable with being themselves". Technically anyone who could shamelessly sing on the top of their lungs in the car is the perfect fit for Corden's show.
Beyonce has not come forward with a statement or response so far. Does that subtly hint at Beyonce's great care for her public image?