Watch Munster duo Francis Saili and Simon Zebo star in their own Carpool Karaoke

By Steve Neville

If the rugby doesn't work out, a hip-hop career could be next.

Munster stars Francis Saili and Simon Zebo took a leaf out of James Corden's book by putting on a Carpool Kearyoke, riding in their car from Keary's, who are one of the province's sponsors.

Singing, rapping and chatting the pair really put on a show.

The duo chatted about their favourite sports people, celeb crushes and things got a little more serious when Saili told the story of how he was kidnapped when he was a baby.

Did any rugby talk come up? Of course it did. With Saili commenting that there is a big year ahead, both seemed in confident mood.

We think if they ever go for a Carpool Kearyoke again we'd like to join in - it looks like they had mighty craic.


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