James Corden is known for taking his favorite singing celebs for a ride in his carpool karaoke, which I love, but last night Corden was feeling a bit saucy and decided against taking Demi Lovato for a ride in his auto! Yup, he replied, rattling off a list that included Turner, Aretha Franklin and Whitney Houston, who he insisted were fiercer than those of today. Divas back then are just better than divas are today. Corden tried to go deeper with Tina Turner's "River Deep - Mountain High".
Watch the full diva-off above.
"They don't make them like that anymore".
James Corden just learned never to challenge a modern diva. "If you think divas back then were better and I think divas today are better, why don't we just settle this tonight?" she asked him. "Just really terrible, bad".
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Before the two stars sang their hearts out, James taunted the "Body Say" songstress by saying, "I got hits from before you were born", to which Demi quipped, "I got hits that are my own".
The Disney alum then burst into Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" and Katy Perry's "Roar".
After the performance, she jokingly concluded: "Can you pick my mic up. bitch!"
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