Elton John sings in Carpool Karaoke with James Corden
Legendary singer Elton John is the latest star to join James Corden in Carpool Karaoke.
What has become a popular segment of Corden's Late Late Show, Carpool Karaoke asks a famous singer or band to help him navigate his way to work, which results in a epic sing-along of the act's greatest hits.
John's anticipated episode took place on a rainy Los Angeles day.
Dressed in a cobalt blue suit, matching blue lense sunglasses and signature, dangling right earing, the 68-year-old kicked off the session with Your Song.
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He explained he wrote the song at his parent's apartment in North London in 1970, aged 18, and realised it was a huge step forward in his career.
After belting out I'm Still Standing, John said that choreographer to the stars Arlene Phillips said he was the worst dancer she had ever worked with.
"B***," the singer quipped, "I thought I was alright."
Before the two donned a couple of feather boas and sang Crocodile Rock, John said that during his career he had never been a sex symbol, so when it came to the outfits, he "just went for it".
John revealed to Corden that he does not have a cell phone or an iPod, and one of hs biggest tantrums was asking a staff member to do something about the windy weather.
He also spoke of his two sons, Zachary, 5, and Elijah, 2, saying they had changed his life, and he did not feel to old too be a dad.
Last week, John released his 32nd album Wonderful Crazy Night, which he says expresses how he currently feels with his own life.