James Corden (right) and “Car Karaoke” guest Adam Levine may be in trouble with the law in the new episode of the TV-hosts sings auto show.
James Corden and “Car Karaoke” guest, Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine, appear to be in trouble with the law in the most recent episode of Corden singing auto show.
On Thursday, Levine joined Corden for his latest episode of “Car Karaoke.” But as the two began to break into a song, they were interrupted by the sound of cop car sirens.
Finally, the pair discovered that they were pulled over by a police officer who proceeded to pull at them, while they were halfway through the song.
But instead of slowing it down, Corden rolled down the window and called the officer. “Hello, sir?”
“I’m going to pull you over, so you can sing a song for me” the agent yelled back.
The realization that they were caught in the act, the couple laughed and Corden cried, “do You want us to withdraw, so that he can sing a song for you?”
“Just because you caused a traffic hazard,” the agent replied.
In the rest of the episode, Levine and Corden sing some of the rocker, the well-known hits such as “Sugar” and “Moves Like Jagger”, while also engaging in some unique road activities such as car racing and take part in a balancing of the competition, where the two attempt to balance objects, such as safety cones and brooms on their faces.
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