UPDATE: The full carpool karaoke segment—in which James Corden got teary-eyed—aired on The Late Late Show Monday.
James Corden and Stevie Wonder just became our new favorite musical duo.
The Late Late Show host invited the legendary singer to join him on a joy ride of carpool karaoke and the results are pretty fantastic. The hilarious segment aired during Friday evening's Think It Up telecast, an initiative working to support public education in the U.S., and it's an absolute can't miss moment.
The duo sang their hearts out to Wonder classic "Isn't She Lovely," but when Corden pulled out a harmonica in hopes of learning a few tips, Stevie quickly shut it down.
"Don't touch the harmonica ever," Wonder joked. The man's got a point—leave it to the pro's, James!
Corden and Wonder weren't the only celebs on hand to raise awareness about the importance of education. Jessica Biel, Matthew McConaughey, Jennifer Garner, Justin Bieber, Gwyneth Paltrow and more attended the star-studded event.
Think It Up seeks to reframe the public discussion about education, create a culture of excitement about learning everywhere in America and build a sense of optimism about the potential of education in classrooms across the country.
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(Originally published on Friday, Sept. 11, 2015, at 6:48 p.m.)