On June 21, late-night host James Corden gave viewers a glimpse into a new series his show will be offering, “Carpool Karaoke: The Series.” Among other skits he’s performed on his show, Corden gained additional notoriety for a popular segment called “Carpool Karaoke.” In this segment, Corden gets the assistance of a celebrity guest to help him navigate the streets, and in theory, use them as an excuse to use the carpool lanes to expedite his trip to work. While in the car with Corden, he and the guest try to maneuver through traffic and take that time to belt out a few a tunes and get caught up on what’s going on in their lives or career.

'Carpool Karaoke: The Series'

Corden announced on his show that they have created a new show called “Carpool Karaoke: The Series” that will debut August 8 on Apple Music. In the clip from the upcoming series, the stars of the upcoming movie "Girls Trip," Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, Regina Hall, and Tiffany Haddish are cruising down the street trying to think of ways to help the promotion of their new film. Although Corden doesn’t appear in the car with the ladies, there is still plenty of singing, dancing, and a t-shirt cannon involved. If this is just a clip, what other surprises does “Carpool Karaoke: The Series” have in store? We’ll just have to wait and see.

A history of kooky carpools

In the past, the carpools were conducted with popular recording artists like Sia, Madonna, Sir Elton John, and Red Hot Chili Peppers, to name a few. He had especially revealing chats with Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, and Katy Perry, plus a slightly awkward ride with Britney Spears. Corden has; however, also carpooled with famous actors and public figures like Michelle Obama with Missy Elliot, Gwen Stefani with George Clooney and Julia Roberts, and his Broadway Carpool Karaoke with “Hamilton” creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jane Krakowski, Audra McDonald, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson.

Regardless of who is in the car with him, Corden always seems to go above and beyond to ensure his guests, and viewers, have a good time, even if it means wrestling Flea of RHCP or wearing a helmet while Gaga takes the wheel.

More singing, more dancing

In addition to “Carpool Karaoke,” Corden also does a skit on his show called “Crosswalk: The Musical” wherein he and a cast of brave actors along with a celebrity guest, perform a popular Broadway musical at a busy crosswalk in California near his studio.

Usually, this is done much to the surprise, befuddlement, and at times, chagrin of the drivers who bear witness to this sporadic act. When the light turns red for the drivers, it’s curtains up for Corden and company as they brave the crowded streets to perform such plays as “Mary Poppins,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “The Lion King,” and “Grease.”

Are you a fan of James Corden? Do you prefer “Carpool Karaoke” or “Crosswalk: The Musical”?