Madonna to join James Corden for Carpool Karaoke

He’s belted out hits alongside Adele, Britney Spears and Mariah Carey, and jived with the current First Lady, Michelle Obama.

Now James Corden looks set to welcome one his biggest guests to Carpool Karaoke yet: Madonna.

His producer, Ben Winston, hinted at Madge’s impending appearance on the show when he posted a picture of her and James on Twitter.

The singer herself also shared the snap on Instagram with the caption: “Riding around Manhattan with this Hunk of Burning Love.”

We simply cannot wait for James to get into the groove alongside Madonna.

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