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Chris Martin joined James Corden for Carpool Karaoke and it was superb

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Look at the stars. No, really, look at them.

With yet another insanely famous person riding shotgun in his Range Rover, Late Late Show host James Corden has added another big name to his hugely successful Carpool Karaoke franchise, this time enlisting the vocal help of Coldplay frontman Chris Martin.  

On top of the usual sing-a-thon of hits, there’s mini keyboards, motel spooning, elephant punching, band name revelations, lemonade and an utterly awesome Mick Jagger impression that we’re not even getting close to recreating ourselves.

Martin’s foray into the most famous passenger seat in telly comes just days before his band takes to the stage at this year’s Super Bowl – the biggest sporting event on the planet, with a TV audience likely to break last year’s record viewing figures of 114 million.

Check the video out below. It may cause a Rush of Blood to the Head for all you super fans out there. 

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