The ‘God Is a Woman’ songstress has Corden carry her on his back while stopping by Starbucks to grab some coffee during their ride.
Ariana Grande has made a return to “Carpool Karaoke” and got a special treatment from James Corden. While having small talks during their ride through the streets of Los Angeles, the comedian asked the singer about rumor which said that she demands to be carried around by her security team.
The petite singer explained the rumor spread after she posted a picture of her being carried by her tour manager when her feet were in pain from shooting a video in pointe shoes, but she didn’t get carried anywhere. “That’s so stupid!” she exclaimed.
But later when they made a brief stop at Starbucks to grab some coffee, the “Late Late Show” host offered to carry Ariana on his back. She quickly hopped on his back and joined James to poke fun at the diva behavior rumor.
“Hello, I’m Ariana Grande, and I must be carried,” she introduced herself to one of the baristas while still on James’ back. She said before leaving, “That’s just the kind of pop star I am. … If you see me anywhere, it’s because I didn’t walk there, I promise.” She then thanked James, saying, “Thank you. Perfect, just what I’m used to.”
Addressing persistent rumors that said she’s pregnant “every other week,” she acknowledged, “There’s tons of pregnancy stuff. People really want me to be pregnant.” She added, “They want it. They want it so bad. Every other week there’s a pregnancy thing.”
The former Nickelodeon star also wowed James with her impression of Celine Dion. Later, after singing “No Tears Left To Cry”, Ariana said that they should start a band together. James suggested that they only do Broadway songs, as they both love Broadway shows, “Little Shop of Horrors” in particular.
“Litterally, Audrey’s like my dream role,” Ariana confessed, after James revealed he wants to play Seymour. They then launched into a duet of “Suddenly, Seymour”. The duo also sang her hits “Dangerous Woman”, “Side to Side” and “No Tears Left to Cry” on their way to CBS studio.
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