Red Hot Chili Peppers Belts It Out With James Corden

The Red Hot Chili Peppers joined James Corden recently for a new segment on the Late Late Show. Frontman Anthony Kiedes, Josh Klinghoffer and Chad Smith belted it out together with the host of the show for the Carpool Karaoke segment of the show.

The segment showing the rock band and the 37-year-old host singing while cruising in Los Angeles was released on June 13. However, the date the jam session showing the band with the British TV show host remains unclear since the 53-year-old Kiedis was hospitalized after experiencing extreme stomach pain. The front man of the band was admitted into the hospital last month.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers rocked with the TV personality to the tune of some of the greatest hit songs of the band, including “Can’t Stop “By The Way,” The Zephyr Song” and “Give It Away.” The group also sang “Under the Bridge” and “Californication.” The group also made a pit stop outside the house of a stranger where the front man of the band and the comedian wrestled on the front lawn.

Red Hot Chili Peppers Belts It Out With James Corden

Red Hot Chili Peppers Belts It Out With James Corden - image credit: elle.com

Corden said it was not easy to wrestle with Kiedis when you are laughing too much. He lost the wrestling match with the front man of the band.

However, their antics did not end here. After getting back on the car the 53-year-old Flea, Kiedis and Corden took of their shirts for the last part of the trip. Corden laughingly said he felt great after he took off his shirt inside the car. He said it feels weird when he goes shirtless when he is alone on his car. But, with the three of them going shirtless while belting out the hits of the group, he said it felt totally normal.

On the other hand, the front man of the Red Hot Chili Peppers also said it felt good when Corden asked if he was wrong about taking off his top during the trip.

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