Adam Levine joined James Corden for a round of Corden's famous "Carpool Karaoke" on Thursday night and, well, it didn't go at all as planned. Watch the segment from "The Late Late Show with James Corden" by playing the video above, and chances are you're not going to look at traffic in Los Angeles the same way again.
The clip from Corden's CBS series starts off well enough, with the Maroon 5 lead singer and the talk show host pointing out how bad the traffic is before starting to sing along to some of Maroon 5's past and present hits, including "Moves Like Jagger" and "Wait." At about the 3:45 mark, though, you'll see a Sheriff's Department vehicle pull up alongside them and begin talking to the duo, before it ultimately pulls them over around 4:10. It turns out to be much ado about nothing, though, as the sheriff's deputy just wants to remind Levine and Corden to be careful about rocking out while driving.
"I don't know what quite happened there," a confused Corden tells Levine. "I completely panicked."
Levine, on the other hand, is completely unruffled - and polite, too, as he actually apologizes to the officer.
That's not the only different bit from Adam Levine's "Carpool Karaoke" stint either. The rest of the segment also includes talk about parenting, Levine indulging his need for speed by trying to beat Corden in a race (sort of making up for his tough lap time when he was the Big Star in a Small Car on "Top Gear USA" back in 2013), some random trivia questions, and the "The Voice" coach showing off a very unique but useful talent.
This is one of the most entertaining "Carpool Karaoke" segments that music fans have ever seen, and a lot of it is down to Adam Levine's engaging personality and his ability to even make traffic fun.
Levine is even more entertaining live in concert with the rest of Maroon 5, and the Grammy Award-winning band is touring this summer. If you want to see him in person this summer, music fans can get tickets to see Adam Levine and Maroon 5 live through AXS by using the links below: