And we officially cannot wait.
Carpool Karaoke has become the most famous segment on The Late Late Show with James Corden, and one of YouTube’s most popular franchises ever.
The series sees James inviting famous guests to drive to work with him, singing along to their music and engaging in an informal interview as they go.
Featuring skits with Adele, Justin Bieber, Stevie Wonder, Sia, Bruno Mars, Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez to name a few, only a select few get the invitation to take part, and people have been wondering who will be the next to sit in the James’ passengers seat.
Just this morning, the next guest was revealed, and we definitely couldn’t have predicted it. Joining James in the car will be Victoria Beckham. Yes, really.
Victoria took to her Instagram to tease her fans with the news, posting ‘What is so funny @j_corden X VB’, setting the internet alight with rumours. The Late Late Show then confirmed the news, sharing a picture of James and Victoria on its official Instagram page, posting: ‘Just wait till you see what we’re up to with @victoriabeckham!’
It seems unlikely that the skit will see a Spice Girls reunion with no signs of Emma, Geri, Mel C or Mel B, but we’re sure that she will be delighting us to a few of their hits.
We’re hoping that we might even get treated to her solo hit, Not such an innocent girl.
If there’s one thing that’s for sure, it should be a hilarious video, with Victoria not only being a great sport but also a good friend of James, with husband David Beckham teaming up with the comedian for many-a sketch over the years.
Just this morning, in fact, she posted a video to her Instagram of her taking part in a sketch with James on The Late Late Show, showing the fashion designer standing behind a Perspex screen as he threw an egg at her.
We really can’t wait for this one.
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