James Corden's successful "Carpool Karaoke" has been known to attract talented and popular guests. They hit the road with huge stars like Jennifer Lopez, as reported by Mirror, belting outside the car window with Adele, and even going diva with the one and only Mariah Carey. If you think about it and listen closely, Corden may be bringing the stars along for the segment ride but he does seem to have the vocal talent to sing along. Surely, fans and Late Show viewers have noticed.
Who has not heard of James Corden's "Carpool Karaoke?" If you have then you certainly have already heard how he stretches his vocal chords. Celebsnow describes Corden as having a good set of pipes.
And it seems it's good enough for record companies to notice him, too. According to Celebsnow, Corden has admitted that record companies from United States and across the pond have approached him with record contracts on hand. "I've had a couple of record deal offers from both England and America, but no one has to worry! I haven't had any formal vocal coaching but I've always sung," the "Carpool Karaoke" show-runner explains.
The show host isn't planning on pursuing that type of career down the road, "Ultimately I'd like to be in plays and do lots of writing and stage acting," says Corden. Does that mean the world is going to see a singing playwright created by Corden?
Does that also mean he'll just continue driving the show along with his "Carpool Karaoke" segment?
Maybe not. The Late Show host has been reportedly coordinating with Ben Winston, an executive producer, to launch "Carpool Karaoke" into a TV series platform. If it gets the green light then it would climb the same level of success as Spike's "Lip Sync Battle" which was originally a segment from "The Tonight Show" with Jimmy Fallon.
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