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Justin Bieber does Carpool Karaoke and actually comes across quite fun. #UnBeliebable.

In our heart of hearts, we know that James Corden will probably never beat the amazingness of Stevie Wonder's appearance on his Carpool Karaoke feature, but it continues to provide some absolute gold.

This time, opinion dividing pop-prince Justin Bieber makes his second appearance; this time helping out James, who has decided he needs to update his look for 2015 - and he comes across very well indeed.

Alongside the usual run through the hits (with Corden seriously nailing Never Say Never), the two go on a shopping expedition and even run through a certain classic Alanis Morissette track.

If you think you hate Bieber, maybe give this a try - it's never too late to say Sorry.

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