Sing along with Alicia Keys, Metallica and John Cena in the new trailer for Carpool Karaoke

Matt Sayer 1 August 2017

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The skit-turned-TV-show will be streaming exclusively through Apple Music on 8 August.

From its first appearance back in 2015, the Carpool Karaoke segment of The Late Late Show with James Corden has enthralled viewers, with big-name artists belting out their most popular songs sans the trappings of a stage or studio setup. The segment proved such a viral hit that Apple purchased the rights to a full-blown TV series based on the concept for its streaming service Apple Music.

Unlike James Corden's bite-sized segment, Apple's Carpool Karaoke show will be hosted by a variety of celebrity pairings, some of which have been teased in a new trailer released today. With singers like Alicia Keys, bands like Metallica and even double-threats like Will Smith and Miley Cyrus, the series will feature new cameos for each and every episode.

Despite the name, Carpool Karaoke won't be confining itself to four-wheeled vehicles either. In a previous trailer, Will Smith took to the air in a helicopter to serenade the clouds with a rendition of R Kelly's "I Believe I Can Fly".

Best of all, you won't have to wait long to join in on the karaoke action. Carpool Karaoke will stream exclusively on Apple Music starting 8 August, with new episodes hitting every Tuesday.

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