Spike is combining the competitive spirit of Lip Sync Battle with the universal appeal of The Late Late Show with James Corden's Carpool Karaoke for a "Caraoke Showdown." Craig Robinson (The Office) will host the special, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Caraoke Showdown is currently only a special to debut later in 2016, but has the potential to transform into a series if it performs well. Robinson will pick up unsuspecting contestants who'll compete in various karaoke-themed challenges such as belting out their favorite tunes, finishing lyrics or acting out songs for money. Celebrity guests will also be added to beef up the surprise factor.

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The karaoke-ish showdown has proven to be a successful model for Spike. The network just renewed Lip Sync Battle for a third season after averaging an impressive 4.4 million viewers for its sophomore effort.

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