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Of Course James Corden's Carpool Karaoke Might Become a TV Show

We would totally watch this

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James Corden, who is apparently aspiring to be the British Jimmy Fallon and succeeding, is in the process of selling a series based on his Late Late Showsegment Carpool Karaoke.

According toThe Hollywood Reporter, Corden wouldn't host the potential series, but he would produce alongside Late Late Show's Ben Winston.

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For those who have managed to miss out on the viral sensation completely, Carpool Karaoke features Corden driving around celebrities such as One Direction, Stevie Wonder and Justin Bieber while they perform their biggest hits and a few covers. WhenAdele's installment was released in January, it quickly became the most-watched late-night clip ever, garnering more than 84 million YouTube views.

Sia's Carpool Karaoke has the best singing

Spike TV, which airs the Fallon segment-turned-TV series Lip Sync Battle, will soon have their own Carpool Karaoke knockoff on the air. Titled Caraoke Showdown, the show featuresThe Officealum Craig Robinson driving around celebrity guests and singing with them.

Watch Adele's Carpool Karaoke below: