Lady Gaga got her driver’s license just a few months ago… so it’s only natural that James Corden would take her out for a driving test.
The superstar appeared on Corden’s “The Late Late Show” and partook in its popular “Carpool Karaoke” segment, joining the host to belt out some tunes on the way to work. During the drive, the two sang some of Gaga’s biggest hits — “Pokerface,” “Bad Romance,” “Born This Way,” and “Edge of Glory” — as well as “Million Reasons” and “Perfect Illusion” off her new album, “Joanne.” But the ride got bumpy when Corden allowed Gaga to get behind the wheel.
“I don’t even know if I feel safe in this environment,” Corden said, throwing on a helmet as Gaga drove unsteadily down the road.
Gaga and Corden also ran through a few vocal exercises using the phrase “Benedict Cumberbatch is bloody good at Sherlock Holmes,” talked about Gaga’s collection of Michael Jackson’s clothes (of which Corden questioned the veracity), and even touched on Gaga’s upcoming Super Bowl gig.
“Do you want to do the Super Bowl next year?” Corden asked, pretending to be a man from the NFL. “Oh f–k,” Gaga answered.
By the end of the bit, Corden was trying on various outfits that Gaga has sported, including a version of her infamous meat dress.
Before Gaga joined Corden in the car, though, she took the stage of “The Late Late Show” to hijack Corden’s opening monologue. There, she became “Lady Haha.”
“Donald Trump is launching a nightly news show on Facebook, which will stream Trump’s rallies,” she began. “It’ll be kinda like airing my concerts except, instead of Little Monsters, there’s actual monsters. According to the show’s creators, the programming is expected to really grab viewers by the p—y.”
Watch the “Carpool Karaoke” segment above.