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Gwen Stefani Gets Help from George Clooney & Julia Roberts in Latest “Carpool Karaoke”


Darren Michaels/CBS(LOS ANGELES) — Singer and The Voice coach Gwen Stefani was James Corden’s latest passenger on Wednesday night’s edition of “Carpool Karaoke” on The Late Late Show, and they got a little help from surprise guests George Clooney and Julia Roberts.

The segment began with Stefani and Corden singing “Don’t Speak” — the 1995 hit she recorded with the band No Doubt. That was followed by her solo hits “The Sweet Escape,” “Rich Girl,” and her more recent single “Used to Love You,” from her latest album This Is What the Truth Feels Like. Corden and Stefani then took a break from the music to discuss how she maintains her youthful appearance, which she attributes to falling in love with country singer and fellow The Voice coach Blake Shelton. “That’s what the facelift is, I think,” she guesses.

The 46-year-old singer also talked about her fondness for emojis, and Corden had her play a game with him where he named several emojis and she had to act them out.

Midway through the segment, they supposedly found themselves in a carpool lane in need of a couple of extra passengers. That’s when Ocean‘s trilogy co-stars Clooney and Roberts — who reunite in the upcoming film Money Monster — showed up.

After the foursome sang Stefani’s 2006 hit “Hollaback Girl,” Clooney offered his explanation of what the song was about. Gwen said he was “pretty close,” but didn’t elaborate, explaining that she didn’t want to “project” what she thought on him. “It would help to know what you thought,” replied Clooney.

“The real inspiration for the song I would never say,” continued Stefani. “All I’ll say is I won.”

The group also traded notes as to what their favorite movie lines were — with Corden choosing Roberts’ “I’m just a girl” speech to Hugh Grant in Notting Hill.

“Now I’m not sure I want you to drive,” Clooney quipped in mock disgust.

The karaoke session ended with the group singing a cover of the Queen classic, “We Are the Champions.”

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