Kelly Clarkson Grooves With James Corden During 'Carpool Karaoke'

Kelly Clarkson Grooves With James Corden During 'Carpool Karaoke'

So when Clarkson appeared on James Corden's Carpool Karaoke segment on Wednesday night, the late night host arranged a little surprise for the couple.

Did you forget that you love Kelly Clarkson?

There was, of course, more singing, with Corden and Clarkson falling into ideal harmony on the sweeping "Because of You" and then James surprising Kelly with a cameo from Blackstock, who fed her chocolate strawberries and sparkling wine in the back seat as a violin player set the mood.

As Clarkson laughed at her adorably awkward husband, Corden dryly quipped, "Tell us more about the report from the farm, Brandon". The set-up wasn't exactly natural, prompting Blackstock to exclaim, "I feel like we're making a porn!" The romance only blossomed from there. "I think it's hard", she responded, "because I work a lot and I'm a mom, but we try".

"It's troublesome on the grounds that I work a considerable measure and I'm a mother however we can attempt", Clarkson said of endeavoring to discover time alone while an obviously humiliated Blackstock attempted to get into it.

"I am the greatest at helping people get to work", she observed. The Late Late Show host set up a mini table with a rose and chocolate-covered strawberries. Blackstock then joined, the "sparkling apple juice or something" was poured, and the date was underway.

And it's pretty common knowledge that James Corden's "Carpool Karaoke" segments are a must watch.

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