Are You Trying To Tell Me James Corden Doesn't Drive During 'Carpool Karaoke'?

I've been gaslit this entire time.

Friends, I have some shocking and upsetting news. It was revealed to the internet that Carpool Karaoke, the very popular and very entertaining segment of The Late Late Show With James Corden, is not what it seems. I know! Crazy!

Basically, someone posted a video on Twitter that shows how the segment is filmed. Apparently, the car James drives is actually being towed by a bigger truck, and the tires on are cute little wheels. This footage is (allegedly) from the upcoming Justin Bieber segment, and frankly, I am shookt by this. Please watch for yourself.

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Look, it's not like I took Carpool Karaoke at face value. Obviously, James doesn't just "run into" celebrities on his way to work. I'm a little bit naive, but I'm not THAT naive. However, I didn't really put much thought into how the car driving actually works. During the clips, James very intentionally keeps his hands on the wheel. He even turns it! So I guess I maaaybe thought he was just driving??

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Plus, they interact with other people on the road in nearly every segment, like at stoplights and stuff. So obviously it's not a green-screen situation. Either way, I'm happy to know James isn't participating in distracted driving. But here's how I feel after learning this news:

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Again, it's not like I thought the show was letting James loose into LA traffic with important celebs in the passenger seat, but knowing it for a fact has me spiraling. What's next? Is someone going to tell me The Bachelor isn't totally 100 percent real? No, I simply refuse to accept that!!!

Update 1/23/2020, 5:32 p.m.: Okay, guys. Thank god. According to a statement, James DOES in fact drive...some of the time?? Per the statement from the show: "James always drives during Carpool Karaoke. However, on the rare occasion when there is a stunt component and the producers feel it is unsafe to drive, we will use a rig (tow)." I'm glad we can all breathe easier.


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