Cardi B owns Lamborghinis and Bentleys, but she still doesn't know how to drive
The most surprising moment of the entire segment was when Cardi revealed that she owns five supercars, but still doesn't know how to drive
In the latest episode of 'Carpool Karaoke', viewers were left quite surprised when James Corden revealed Cardi B as his co-passenger. Not only did people see the female rapper sing along to some of her greatest hits, but they also came to know one shocking thing: Cardi doesn't know how to drive.
The most surprising moment of the entire segment was when Cardi revealed that she owns five supercars, but still doesn't know how to drive. Corden asked the rapper, "I know you love cars, how many cars have you got now?"
Cardi replied, "I have a Lambo [Lamborghini, for all those car newbs out there], I have a Lamborghini Truck, I have a Bentley Truck, I have a Maybach and I have a Suburban. So I have five." Corden asked her back, "Five cars. Now here's my biggest question: you can't drive, so what's the point of having the cars?"
That's when a laughing Cardi revealed that she only owns all these fantastic rides "to take pictures with [them]." Later on the show, Corden is also seen giving Cardi driving lessons, but by the looks of her driving test, she ain't passing any time soon.
During her time on the show, Cardi was also seen performing at a senior center and the rapper was so giddy with happiness in the car with Corden that she even gave a shout-rap out of the window at fellow drivers during the ride. But then, Cardi not being able to drive is way better than a celeb guest refusing to get inside the car even, which is what Corden spoke about in a recent interview.
Cordon was speaking to Aerosmith's Steven Tyler, where the comedian revealed: "For the anniversary of Back to the Future, we were going to do a sort of 'Best of the '80s' Carpool Karaoke in a DeLorean. We had booked Bryan Adams to come and do the thing. We were very excited. I love Bryan Adams. He's got hits for days - he's terrific."
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Corden continued, "[He] walked in, seen the list of other people that have done it, turned around, got in his car and left... He just bolted, he was gone." He then added that Brian's team later called and said that they had decided to scrap the entire thing. "I kind of understand it," Corden said. "I get it and I hold no grudge."
Corden even attempted to make a parody for Ariana Grande's latest hit song 'Thank You, Next', and for the same, he took actor Jeff Goldblum as his inspiration. Titled 'Thank U, Jeff,' the parody keeps the melody and flow of Grande's breakup song with 100 percent more Goldblum. And all the while, Goldblum plays Kris Jenner's role in the Grande video, camcorder-ing it all.