Don't worry, James Corden fans — the new Carpool Karaoke series hasn't totally totaled its late night predecessor!
Last year, the Late Late Show host and co-creator Ben Winston sold the viral segment to Apple as a stand-alone series.
This move is similar to Jimmy Fallon's Lip Sync Battle getting its own FX series, which essentially removed the segment from The Tonight Show lineup — aside from a few all star exceptions.
Video: Jamie Foxx & Corden Turn Public Domain Songs Into R&B Hits!
Carpool Karaoke, however, will still be able to rev its engine without roadblocking Corden's late night segment — as the longform version will see different kinds of entertainers behind the wheel!
Late Late showrunner Winston said that while the late night segment will still see Corden singing with recording artists, Apple's version will pair musicians with different comedians, talk show hosts, and other artists!
Winston explained at the 2017 Winter TCA Press Tour:
While we're still reeling from the sudden deaths of Carrie Fisher and her mother Debbie Reynolds, no one has been hit harder by these tragic losses than Billie Lourd.
After the 24-year-old lost her mother and grandmother within a day of each other, her Scream Queens costars took to social media to express their condolences and pay tribute to the late legends.
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The cast of Ryan Murphy's horror-comedy series sent their support to Lourd after her mother's passing on Tuesday — and shared even more heartbroken posts following her grandmother's death the very next day.
On Wednesday evening, Jamie Lee Curtis sent her love on Twitter, complete with a motherly plea to the press to give the young actress some space at this devastating time. She shared:
Poor Billie Lourd.
On Tuesday, the Scream Queens star tragically lost her mother, Carrie Fisher, after she sadly succumbed to the massive heart attack she suffered last week.
In the wake of the Star Wars icon's untimely passing, the 24-year-old's FOX costars took to Instagram and Twitter to reach out and share their condolences during this tough time.
Related: Carrie's Mother Debbie Reynolds Thanks Fans For Support
Lea Michele, Jamie Lee Curtis, Ariana Grande, Abigail Breslin, Taylor Lautner, Niecy Nash, Kirstie Alley, and Glen Powell shared their sorrow for the blonde beauty on social media.
You can see their heartfelt posts (below):
Well, deck our halls and jingle our bells — the holiday season is upon us once again!
After a particularly un-merry year, we all could use some brightening up… and nothing does the trick like singing along to Christmas classics!
Of course, we all know the words to holiday faves like Mariah Carey's All I Want For Christmas Is You – but how well do we REALLY know songs that are only socially acceptable to play one month out of the year?
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With only one line of lyrics, can you tell the difference between holiday jams by Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, and other songs from Christmas past!?
Take the quiz (below) and find out!
Bucket hats are never cool. Even Ariana Grande knows this!
The Side to Side singer made fun of beau Mac Miller's headgear on Tuesday, basically turning it into a meme.
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She posted a shot (above) of the rapper in a light green print bucket hat and wrote: