Usher Has the Most Useful Carpool Karaoke of All Time

by Wade Massey July 29, 2017, 0:09
Usher Has the Most Useful Carpool Karaoke of All Time

James Corden's Carpool Karaoke always comes with plenty of tunes, but music was just the beginning of the fun when Usher hitched a ride Tuesday night.

The jam session took Corden and Usher through a few other LOL-worthy moments, like pulling up on Usher's Hollywood Walk of Fame star to give it the shining treatment and help some folks push their broken-down vehicle out of the street.

"I find it odd - you work all of these years, as hard you can, only to have people walk over you as a star", the singer told Corden. Unfortunately, Usher's only advice was to remove the jazz hands and add swag (as if it's that easy, Usher). However, he admitted to still loving beef and chicken and recently had some thin-sliced beef, which Corden said does not make him a vegan. "Walk around the star of Usher", Corden cautioned the tourists on Hollywood Boulevard. Yep, Usher showed Corden the proper way to enter a club and it went about as well as you'd expect.

Then, during an energetic rendition of "I Don't Mind", they discuss whether it's a compliment to call a girl "my bitch" like he does in the song. Of course, they took some photos with the star and with fans.

They kick things off with Usher's classic "Yeah", with both enthusiastically rapping their way through Ludacris's verse and all of Lil Jon's "YEAH!" exclamations.

Usher has made an appearance on James Corden's latest instalment of sketch show Carpool Karaoke.

Like most of the TV-viewing public, I enjoy a good Carpool Karaoke segment.

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