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FutureStarrBad Bunny Takes James Corden For a Spin on Carpool Karaoke
Bad Bunny, the world's biggest Latin artist, joined James Corden for an episode of "Carpool Karaoke." As they drove through Los Angeles singing hit songs like Ariana Grande's 'Break Free' and Harry Styles' 'As It Was', Bad Bunny sang along to everything from Ariana Grande's 'Break Free' to Harry Styles' 'As It Was'.
At one point, they even stopped at a wrestling ring to let Corden try his skills. Check out the hilarious skit above.
On a recent Carpool Karaoke with James Corden, Bad Bunny created quite the stir by belting out Ariana Grande's hit song "Break Free" while in a car with Corden. The Puerto Rican rapper revealed that he is an enormous fan of her music and was delighted to learn all the lyrics to it.
In addition to performing hits, the hip-hopper also shared his artistic intentions and the meaning behind his stage name. He revealed that he always wanted something other than his birth name and believes that "no matter how bad a bunny may look, it's still cute."
For years, Puerto Rican rapper Luis Miguel has been a major force in the Latin music industry, with over 60 songs on Billboard Hot 100 and eight reaching the top 10 charts. Additionally, he is a multiple Grammy winner - becoming the first Latin artist to win a Grammy performance as well as multiple IFPI awards.
Bad Bunny is renowned for his passion for wrestling, an interest he shares with his fans. He often makes references to WWE in his music and even took part in WrestleMania himself!
On one of his final Carpool Karaoke episodes with James Corden, the hip-hopper imparts some knowledge on wrestling to Corden. In the 15-minute video, they take a detour to an actual wrestling ring (built inside of a studio lot) and demonstrate some moves. At the end of it all, they both sing a final song together as one.
At the conclusion of the episode, Bad Bunny shared with Corden his favorite part about being on the show: learning new things from guests. He also recounted his past career as a DJ and why he eventually chose to pursue singing professionally.
In the midst of his music career, 28-year-old rapper has been dating Kendall Jenner for some time - a move that comes with its own challenges. They've reportedly been together for about a year and were recently seen sharing an embrace and kiss outside a sushi restaurant in Los Angeles.
Bad Bunny is the undisputed king of Latin music, with over 60 songs charting on Billboard Hot 100. Recently he joined James Corden for one last Carpool Karaoke skit and it was truly a night to remember!
The Puerto Rican singer joined Corden on a drive around Los Angeles, belting out hits from Ariana Grande and Harry Styles as well as some of his own. Additionally, he taught Corden some things about wrestling which led to him trying out an impressive stunt in the ring with WWE superstar Rey Mysterio.
At one point during the segment, Corden asked Bad Bunny how he came by his stage name and he replied that it was because bunnies are inherently cute no matter what mischief they make. Additionally, Bad Bunny revealed his affinity for bizarre wrestling gimmicks and said it was "the best day of my life" when he guest-starred on WWE's WrestleMania show.
After stopping at an art museum, they took things a step further and attempted some of Bad Bunny's signature moves. They then stopped in the ring to showcase their skills before concluding their carpool with Harry Styles' latest hit: As It Was.
Bad Bunny's first appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden may have come as a bit of a shock, but he quickly established himself as one of its most beloved guests. He's appeared multiple times and made appearances in other segments as well.
He's been in the spotlight lately for his participation in Carpool Karaoke. Wearing a Pokemon hat, he drove around Los Angeles with Corden singing some of his most popular tracks while making it an unforgettable night. Additionally, he learned some interesting facts about the show such as its Jesus-like drawing of him.
Bad Bunny, professionally known as Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, is one of the biggest Latin artists today. His songs combine trap and reggaeton beats to create infectious hits that have taken over the world. As of today he's the most streamed artist worldwide and he's nominated for several Grammy awards.
On a recent episode of Carpool Karaoke, Grammy-winning rapper Bad Bunny rode shotgun with host James Corden while singing some of his hit songs. They belted out hits such as "Titi Me Pregunto" and "Dakiti." Plus, they made an appearance at a wrestling ring where Corden got to show off some moves to the rapper.
The rapper revealed the inspiration behind his stage name, saying it came from his love of bunnies despite their shortcomings. Additionally, he told Corden he originally wanted to cover up his face while singing like DJ Marshmello does by wearing a mask while performing.
Throughout the 15-minute video, Corden and Bad Bunny experienced a number of amusing moments, such as an unexpected concert at a gas station in Puerto Rico and sketches featuring similarities to Donald Trump. Additionally, they did some wrestling training before inviting WWE superstar Rey Mysterio into the ring for an exciting match.
At the conclusion of their segment, Corden and Bad Bunny sang 2022 hit "As It Was" by Harry Styles. The instrumental began with an instrumental, before the rapper joined to sing its verses with powerful vibrato.
Bad Bunny was one of the final guests to sit down with Corden before his late-night show ends on April 27. If you love his show, this final Carpool Karaoke session is definitely worth watching if you love it too!
Since taking over The Late Late Show in 2015, Corden has been a controversial figure. His candid interviewing style and viral-worthy segments with celebrities have cemented its place as an institution. While Corden will likely depart the show soon enough, he's taking some of his biggest hits with him on his final episode.
Corden's candid interview style and viral-worthy segments have propelled him to the top of late night television. His "Carpool Karaoke" segment has become a hit, drawing in celebrities such as Paul McCartney, Kanye West and Billie Eilish.
On Tuesday night, Bad Bunny joined Corden for a carpool karaoke segment as they drove around Los Angeles. While performing some of his hits, Corden learned more about Bad Bunny's favorite songs, artistic visions, and why he chose to use the name Bad Bunny.
In the end, Bad Bunny's passion for wrestling led to one of Carpool Karaoke's most memorable moments. As an avid WWE fan and frequent referee in his music, Bad Bunny taught Corden some moves before inviting professional wrestler Rey Mysterio to battle with him on-air.
As a result, the "Carpool Karaoke" segment was unanimously deemed the best of all time by fans and even won an award for "Most Entertaining Carpool Karaoke" at this year's Grass Roots Festival.
For 16 minutes, this segment was a cross between Carpool Karaoke and a road trip with friends. There was plenty of singing, driving, and even some dancing!
At one point, the duo pulled over so the rapper could draw sketches of themselves. He also displayed some sultry moves such as a headlock and camel clutch.
After their pit stop at a ring, the rapper took advantage of Corden's opportunity to teach him something important about wrestling: how to hold a grappling hook. Afterward, the duo sang "As It Was" by Harry Styles as part of their carpool karaoke session - they even brought along an audience for the ride!