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Stevie Wonder doing carpool karaoke is the most uplifting video you’ll see all day

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Sometimes a YouTube video can make everything in life feel okay.

More trouble brewing in the Middle East? A dog barking the Star Wars theme will cheer you up. Tube strike rearing its ugly head? Have you seen excitable kid opening his N64? It’s joy personified.

Well here’s another for the list: James Corden performing car pool karaoke with Stevie Wonder. Yes, the musical legend and the British TV presenter, riding around in a car singing songs and exchanging gags for The Late Late Show over in sunny Los Angeles.



If you’re not chuckling at the comedic chemistry, by the end you’ll be pretending an onion-cutting ninja has visited when Stevie dials up Corden’s wife and proceeds to sing I Just Called To Say I Love You on behalf of the man behind the wheel. Even the former ShortList guest editor himself has a little blub.

Not done there, Stevie declares that he, James and his mysterious friend on FaceTime start a new group called The Wondercats, with pyrotechnics, neon suits and all.

They're going to need a bigger car...

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