Justin Bieber: "Yummy", he teases his new album with several dates

Alonzo Simpson
January 23, 2020

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It all started when one Twitter user's tweet when viral after he spotted James and Justin Bieber filming the segment and the auto is attached to a truck that is actually pulling it around.

"Saw James Corden and Justin Bieber filming Carpool Karaoke and this is why I have trust issues-he isn't even driving!" the Twitter user, @ZoliHonig, wrote on the social network, later adding: "Next thing you know they gonna tell us that his friends don't *actually* need a ride".

Driving or not, James has welcomed countless stars to join in on Carpool Karaoke, including Paul McCartney, Ed Sheeran, Katy Perry and Adele.

Filmed in his range rover, despite James, 41, appearing to take the wheel, the fan's video shows he is actually being pulled along by a truck.

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"All along I used to respect James Corden for being able to concentrate on driving and singing at the same time: but now I feel betrayed", another fan said.

"My whole life is a lie", complained someone else. Apple's version pairs celebrities, musicians, and athletes, putting them together in a auto to sing popular songs. "That was good for them, safety first!".

On Wednesday, the last Instagram post of singer "Yummy, quot; was full of comments from his followers urging him to separate from the mustache".

Corden previously spoke to Deadline about why he thinks the segment is so popular. Fans on Instagram were guessing the photo meant Bieber would be starring in an upcoming Carpool Karaoke and the video and photos shared on Twitter seem to confirm it.

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