Sia joined James Corden for Carpool Karaoke and it's just 'eggcellent'

You’ll know what’s better than our weekly dose of James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke? Two carpool karaokes.

Yesterday The Late Late Show host released his lift home from the Grammys with his bestie Justin Bieber, and today he treated us to his lift to work with Sia - how nice of him?

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The Australian musician popped into the passenger seat, after a tough few minutes of trying to find car door through her giant wig - but didn’t waste time showing off her outstanding vocals by singing along to her hit song, Chandelier.

The duo then proceeded to chat about her decision to cover her face from the public and her belief in aliens before challenging her to carry a dozen eggs in both hands.

Sure, what else would you 'eggspect' from Carpool Karaoke?

Those vocals though.

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