Carpool karaoke certainly took a different turn Thursday when James Corden and Iggy Azalea decided to go wedding dress shopping for her forthcoming nuptials to Nick Young.

The host of The Late Late Show and the "Fancy" rapper started discussing her wedding in the car (when they weren't singing obviously) and Iggy promised him he could officiate her wedding if he became ordained! (This is an invite we have to receive.) Iggy also spilled some details about her big day and said Nick is in charge of food that day.

"Do you think you're going to become a bridezilla?" Corden asked her. "No," she replied.

She also revealed that one of her bridesmaids will be BFF Demi Lovato, whom she wants to perform during the reception. But if her NBA love gets his way, R. Kelly will also be taking the mic that night.

"Nick wants to have R. Kelly perform at our wedding so he can sing 'Marry the P---y' at our wedding," she revealed.

Iggy Azalea, James Corden


Because Iggy has already started planning, the late-night talk show host decided it was time for her to try on a wedding dress for the first time! The two entered the shop where the "Black Widow" entertainer could figure out what style she wanted.

"Are we going to push 'em up or let 'em rest?" the British show host asked in regards to Iggy's boobs.

"Let 'em rest," she answered, but added that trying on dresses is "always hard when I have a big butt."

"Tell me about it," James responded. "Who do you think you're talking to?"

Seeing Iggy look gorgeous in her gown was so overwhelming that the host had to get in on the fun, so he also put on a white dress!

"I feel just amazing," he bragged.

Even though their time together probably couldn't get any better, these two managed to have even more fun by getting back in the car in their dresses and driving to work LOL. What song was on blast while they hit the road?

"Pretty Girls," obviously!

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