Ariana and the host belt out 13 popular songs, which is ranging from Styx’s ‘Come Sail Away’ to NSYNC’s ‘Bye Bye Bye’, that match the scene from the iconic movie in one take.
Ariana Grande and James Corden are the new Jack and Rose in “Titanic“. The “No Tears Left to Cry” singer stopped by in Monday, August 13 episode of “The Late Late Show with James Corden” to join forces with the host in an epic musical inspired by the award-winning 1997 movie starring Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio. During the segment, Ariana and James sang 13 popular songs that matched the scene from the iconic movie in one take.
Standing on the dock of a ship, Ariana kicked it off by singing Styx‘s “Come Sail Away”. Ariana’s Rose later met James before they sang Hall & Oates‘ “Rich Girl”.
It wasn’t “Titanic” without the famed “I’m flying, Jack!” scene. James and Ariana recreated the scene on the bow of the boat as they belted “Learn to Fly” by Foo Fighters. Next was the scene where Rose and Jack were dancing in the third class cabins. The two danced the night to Lady GaGa‘s “Just Dance”. That was fun, before someone dragged Ariana out. That prompted James to sing One Direction‘s “Steal My Girl”.
Things took a sexy turn as they continued to the drawing scene. Ariana was seen lounging in a sofa just like Rose did in the movie, except this time, she was fully clothed. James was drawing while singing “Shape of You” by Ed Sheeran.
They approached the end as they burst into Vanilla Ice‘s “Ice Ice Baby”. After singing Pitbull‘s “Timber”, the two recreated the final scene in which Jake was slowly drowning in cold ocean. “I know that I can’t take no more, it ain’t no lie/ There’s no room for me upon that door, baby bye bye bye,” James sang NSYNC‘s “Bye Bye Bye” with altered lyrics that suited their situation.
They didn’t forget to perform the movie’s iconic theme song “My Heart Will Go On”. Ariana added comic in her performance as she hit his chest, mimicking Celine Dion. As she approached the brigde, James joined in with some harmony.
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