Apple's very own Carpool Karaoke is now live

Carpool Karaoke The Series

Apple's version of the show, which first aired Tuesday night, is a spin-off from the popular Late Late Show with James Corden segment. Afer all, a move to Apple Music also means bigger budgets-the full episode features the duo crashing a wedding and taking a helicopter ride.

When "Carpool Karaoke" first debuted on James Corden's run in The Late Show, it was more like a whimsical, occasional skit that brought no small amount of smiles to viewers. Of course this entails that you have an Apple Music subscription, something that we imagine Apple is hoping and pushing for by offering more than just music through the service. Late Late Show host James Corden was on hand to get things started, jamming out to some of the musician-actor's older hits, including "Gettin' Jiggy Wit It" and "Boom!"

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The complete first episode is now available to watch on Apple Music. The below sneak peek also shows Alicia Keys, John Legend, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Alba, Ariana Grande, and LeBron James doing their best insane Carpool performances.

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