Carpool Karaoke With Cardi B To Air During December 17 “Late Late Show With James Corden”

CBS confirms plans for two upcoming “Carpool Karaoke” segments.

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The year’s final original “Late Late Show With James Corden” episodes will air during the week of December 17. Two will feature Carpool Karaoke segments.

Cardi B will appear for Carpool Karaoke on the Monday, December 17 broadcast. The episode will also feature appearances by Armie Hammer and Amber Heard. Middle Kids will close the show with a musical performance.

The December 20 “Corden” will feature the annual Carpool Karaoke Christmas medley.

Official listings follow:

Tuesday, Dec. 11

TV host Ellen DeGeneres; actor Patrick Wilson (n)

Wednesday, Dec. 12

Model Gisele Bündchen; actress/singer Janelle Monáe; stand-up comedy performance by Katherine Ryan (n)

Thursday, Dec. 13

Actress Julia Roberts; actor Jason Momoa; actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II; musical performance by She & Him (n)

Friday, Dec. 14

Actress Busy Philipps; actor Noah Centineo; performance by mentalist Derren Brown; musical performance by Morrissey (OAD: 11/7/18)

Monday, Dec. 17

Actor Armie Hammer; actress Amber Heard; musical performance by Middle Kids; Carpool Karaoke with Cardi B (n)

Tuesday, Dec. 18

Actress Connie Britton; talk and musical performance by Gwen Stefani; comedy performance with Lin-Manuel Miranda and Emily Blunt (n)

Wednesday, Dec. 19

Singer/actress Jennifer Lopez; actress Leah Remini; musical performance by Black Eyed Peas (n)

Thursday, Dec. 20

Actor Will Ferrell; TV personality RuPaul Charles; Christmas Carpool Karaoke (n)

Friday, Dec. 21

Actress Octavia Spencer; actor Jesse Williams; musical performance by Pentatonix (OAD: 11/12/18)

Written by Brian Cantor

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