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Love singing to Adele as you drive? Watch the star belt out ‘Hello’ in James Corden's Carpool Karaoke

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James Corden's Carpool Karaoke series has brought us epic singalongs with the likes of Jennifer Hudson and Mariah Carey, and now the one we've all been waiting for - Adele.

Corden posted a teaser to his YouTube channel, featuring the Hello hit-maker in the passenger seat. 

To make things extra special, it looks to be the first UK-based carpool. We know this firstly, because James is sat on the right hand side of the car, and secondly, because we'd know that drizzly weather anywhere. Hello London!

Naturally, the pair have great banter. Late Late Show host Corden invites Adele for a lift by reciting the opening line from her comeback hit: 

'Hello, it's me. I was wondering if after all these years you'd like to meet?'

Though when they sit down, it's doesn't seem like the pair will be going over everything straight away, as Adele has a beauty conundrum that she thinks Corden can help her with:

"I can’t work out if I should have a wig-wig or have a weave," the 27-year-old says. "What I like is that you’re coming to me for this advice!" He has a point. 

We're already giving it the accolade of best Carpool Karaoke yet and we haven't even seen the whole clip yet.

Adele will appear on the Late Late Show on Wednesday, 13 January. In the mean time -  you can watch the trailer below.

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