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James Corden doing Carpool Karaoke with Adele is the best thing you'll see all day

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So HELLO from the other side… of the road.

James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke is back, and this time he’s on home soil with another famous Brit for company: Adele.

Having conducted a blitz of interviews for the promotion of smash record 25, which has sold 15m copies and counting, you might have believed you'd seen the last of the singer until her next big release, yet here she is, cruising around a drizzly London and belting out some new hits as well as a few classics for Corden's Late Late Show.  

As ever with the host, half the fun is watching the ease at which Corden puts his guests, cracking wise every opportunity he gets and not faring too badly in the vocal stakes too.

Good job they're not saying hello from the outside to be fair - it's chucking it down.

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