Adele raps and downs a mug of tea in latest carpool karaoke

Adele raps and downs a mug of tea in latest carpool karaoke

After James Corden teased us with a seven minute clip of his latest Carpool Karaoke on Tuesday, it’s finally here - the full 15 minutes of ‘Roadtrip wonderment with Adele’.

Tea downing, lyric rapping, drunk talking, harmonizing wonderment - and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

Adele raps and downs a mug of tea in latest carpool karaoke

Picking the singer up in rainy London, Corden wasted no time bidding to become her new best friend as he quickly launches into a rendition of ‘Hello’, with pretty impressive harmonies.

After a brief chat about her hair, it's straight onto the topic of drunken activities.

Well, after she downs her mug of tea that is.

Adele confesses she paid for a familys meal at a restaurant, as well as promise another family tickets to see her in Nashville - all over a few bozzie nights amid the festive season.

Before you know it, the duo are belting out the Spice Girls hit 'Wannabe' and Adele shows us her impressive rapping skills with Nicki Minaj’s 'Monster'.

So impressive it grabs the attention of the Superbass singer herself.

It all just needs to be seen to be believed.

Ok, so when can we be besties, Adele? Hello?

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