James Corden under fire for dangerous driving in Carpool Karaoke

Looks like one of our favourite late night sketches, Carpool Karaoke, could be cut due to James Corden’s alleged 'dangerous driving'.

James Corden under fire for dangerous driving in Carpool Karaoke

For those of you not in the know, Carpool Karaoke is a segment on his show where Corden asks a celebrity guest to join him on his drive to work so he can cruise through the carpool lane.

So far we’ve seen him talk Stevie Wonder out from behind the wheel, sing his drive-thru order with Jennifer Hudson and go wedding dress shopping with Iggy Azalea.

James Corden under fire for dangerous driving in Carpool Karaoke

Since the short sketches have gone viral, the actor and chat show host has come under fire for repeatedly taking his hands off the wheel and using his phone while his car is moving.

This, of course, is a felony in California.

James Corden under fire for dangerous driving in Carpool Karaoke

CBS, home of the Late Late Show with James Corden, are said to be concerned that the Californian transport police might reprimand him if he doesn’t adhere to good driving practices and have warned the star about his behaviour.

Hands at ten and two, James!

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