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Before the release of Sir Elton John's new album Wonderful Crazy Night today, the singer took the opportunity on Thursday to help promote himself with a spontaneous concert!
The 68-year-old was passing through London's St. Pancras railway station where a piano was set up, and the Crocodile Rock singer passed through the crowd and proceeded to sit down and play some tunes!
On top of that, the legendary rocker left the Yamaha B3 piano he used during the performance behind and donated it to the station!
Ch-ch-check out a snippet from the incredible impromptu concert — as well as John's sweet Instagram message after the show (below)!
And this isn't just any appearance; Elton will be driving around with Corden for a little Carpool Karaoke!
While we have to wait until Sunday to get the full version of the entertainers belting out some classics, The Late Late Show shared a preview of the men singing Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me on their Facebook page!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing tease (below) while we count the hours until we're blessed with another EPIC karaoke ride!
But now that Star Wars: The Force Awakens has been in theaters for weeks, fans are even more into the galaxy far, far away and we can't wait for Star Wars land to finally open — even if it means some rides will have to close.
Well, now we've got some MORE exciting news in regards to the new section of theme park as the House of Mouse just announced that Harrison Ford himself will be unveiling the BIG plans for the upcoming attractions!
In fact, Han will be stopping by ABC's The Wonderful World of Disney: Disneyland 60 special in honor of Disneyland's 60th anniversary to share everything he knows!
But he won't be alone because the event will also feature some major special guests, including
Corden and The Late Late Show just confirmed that Coldplay's frontman Chris Martin will be riding along with the late night host and singing some tunes!
Even more exciting, James revealed to Entertainment Weekly that his sketch with Martin will be a bit different than normal saying:
Elton John has enjoyed quite the illustrious music career!
But even with all that success, the music legend says the best thing in his life are his children!
The Rocket Man singer stopped by Monday's Ellen DeGeneres Show to promote his 34th studio album Wonderful Crazy Night!
Before he brought out his grand crimson piano, Elton talked about marriage to David Furnish — and their two adorable boys Zachary and Elijah!
The chart-topping singer is in the running for father of the year — even though he had a sprained ankle, EJ and David took the kids to Disneyland for an AH-Mazing trip!
As for their love of music, the piano player's boys like to listen to none other than Drake's Hotline Bling! LOLz!
Check out the full interview (below) to hear more & watch John performing his 1974 hit The B*tch is Back!
James Corden's Carpool Karaoke is EASILY our favorite late night sketch right now, and this week was the best of the best!
The Hello singer didn't just belt out her tunes though as she showed off her mad rap skills by spitting some Nicki Minaj AND revealed she was a Spice Girls fan and sang Wannabe!
Well we already saw Nicki's response to Adele's AH-Mazing Karaoke sesh, but now we have one of the Spice Girls showing some love for the 27-year-old's Karaoke skills!
What a way to honor a music legend!
With his crimson grand piano, the Candle in the Wind singer celebrated the late music icon's illustrious career with a cover of Bowie's 1969 hit Space Oddity before blasting off into a touching performance of Rocket Man!
The Confident songstress performed Elty's 1979 classic Don't Go Breaking My Heart, and the Stitches singer performed Tiny Dancer!
But that's not all — EJ also rocked out with Fall Out Boy's frontman Patrick Stump performing his 1973 hit Saturday Night's Alright (for Fighting)!
Check out clips of the night's performances (below)!