Lady Gaga Doing ‘Carpool Karaoke’ May Be The Best One Yet [VIDEO]
Lady Gaga just did “Carpool Karaoke” and it is possibly the best one to date.
On Tuesday, the 30-year-old singer appeared on “The Late Late Show” with James Corden to do his popular segment “Carpool Karaoke.” Gaga did all the dance moves and belted out some of her biggest hits like “Bad Romance,” “Perfect Illusion,” “Poker Face,” and her latest from the new album, “Million Reasons.” (RELATED: Lady Gaga Spotted In Racy Cowgirl Outfit [PHOTOS])
The singer also talked about when she got the call from the National Football League to headline the Super Bowl in February 2017. (RELATED: Lady Gaga Poses Topless For New Album [PHOTO])
Corden asked her how she was feeling about it. “Pretty good,” Gaga responded before recreating her reaction to the call telling him, “Well let’s do it.”
“Hey Gaga this is Dave from the NFL,” Corden responded. “Do you remember Dave? What are you doing early next year? Do you want to do the Superbowl next year, the halftime show?”
“Oh my gosh are you giving me the Superbowl,” Gaga responded. “Oh fuck!”
At one point Gaga and Corden changed places and the singer took the wheel, for a brief drive. Gaga recently passed her driving test to get her license. Once behind the wheel Corden grabbed a helmet and wore it while she drove.
Near the end of the segment the host donned some of the singers more extreme outfits including showing up in a “meat dress,” something Gaga noted that he had better go change because he was getting smelly.
The singer has been busy promoting her new album. In a recent interview she made it clear with “respect” she is not the same as Madonna.
“Madonna and I are very different,” Gaga said. “Just saying. We’re very different. I wouldn’t make that comparison at all and I don’t mean to disrespect Madonna, she’s a nice lady, and she’s had a fantastic huge career, biggest pop star of all time.”
“I play a lot of instruments,” she added. “I write all my own music. I spend hours and hours a day in the studio.”
“There is spontaneity to my work,” she continued. “I allow myself to fail. I allow myself to break. I’m not afraid of my flaws.”