WATCH: James Corden Strips Down With Red Hot Chili Peppers In Brand New Carpool Karaoke!
James Corden was joined by the Red Hot Chili Peppers for his newest Carpool Karaoke.
Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Chad Smith and Josh Klinghoffer aka Red Hot Chili Peppers are the most recent act to join the chat show host in his popular Late Late Show segment.
The hits kicked off straight away with the band and Corden belting into Can't Stop before Flea treats us to a rendition of Food Glorious Food from the musical Oliver closely followed by another classic, Give It Away.
The conversation turns to wrestling which inevitably results in Kiedis and Corden wrestling each other on a random lawn in Los Angeles.
They continue the drive singing other hits such as Californication and their newest single Dark Necessities. They talk about the most rock'n'roll thing they've seen before breaking in to Under The Bridge.
Corden comments on Anthony Kiedis' habit of performing topless which makes Kiedis aware he's wearing clothes leading to him taking his top off. He's closely followed by bandmate Flea with Corden himself deciding to go topless for The Zephyr Song.
We learn about Anthony's famous babysitter before their journey ends with the brilliant By The Way.
This is definitely up there with the best Carpool Karaokes!
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