“Carpool Karaoke: The Series” is back, and this time it’s bringing Rob Gronkowski along for the ride. Recently, late-night TV host James Corden announced that four brand new episodes are now available to stream on Apple TV+ to kick off its fourth season.
Based on the popular “Late Late Show” segment from 2017, the updated version now has over 50 episodes under its belt. Will Smith, Ariana Grande, Kendall Jenner, Samuel L. Jackson, and the cast of “Stranger Things” have joined Corden for some impromptu singing sessions while driving.
Now, fans of the segment will see superstars such as the all-girl group Haim, Maya Rudolph, Rob Gronkowski, the men from ABC’s “Shark Tank,” and more. The new episodes, which Corden reveals were taped before the pandemic forced everyone into quarantine, are now available for free on the Apple TV app.
In the recently debuted preview, viewers see the Haim sisters get driven around by actress and comedian Maya Rudolph. During their segment, they belt out Prince and Madonna hits. They also take it to the streets when they show off their dance moves on the sidewalk.
Fans can also see David Arquette and his sister, Patricia, get into some crazy shenanigans. At one point, he pulls out a trumpet while singing the Violent Femmes and Steppenwolf.
Keegan-Michael Key and Tampa Bay tight end Rob Gronkowski also join in on the fun as they drive down the street belting out Queen’s “We Are the Champions.”
Sharks Mark Cuban, Daymond John, Kevin O’Leary, and Robert Herjavec even set up some lemonade stands during their episode. They also sing their hearts outs to “Why Can’t We Be Friends?”
Rob Gronkowski’s Family Goes Head-to-Head With Logan Paul
In other Gronkowski news, the Buccaneers star and Super Bowl champ recently teamed up with Youtube sensation Logan Paul. As Paul prepares for his June 6 fight against undefeated Floyd Mayweather Jr, he partnered with Gronk in the ring.
Gronkowski served as the referee as Paul fought his three brothers before taking on the patriarch, Glenn. In addition to Rob, the other Gronkowskis have also played in the NFL.
Paul defeated all four Gronkowskis in their one-round stints. Even though Paul had the advantage in the ring, it’s probably safe to say things might’ve been different had they been on the football field.
Paul will take on the 50-0 boxing legend Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition fight on June 6 at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium.