Jennifer Lopez teamed up with James Corden for the latest installment of “Carpool Karaoke,” and showed that she should be on every time.
The new edition, which aired as the grand finale of Tuesday’s primetime edition of Corden's “Late Late Show” special, saw the talk-show host and J.Lo driving around Los Angeles singing some tunes – even one in Spanish – before some cellphone shenanigans ensued.
“Honestly, I think music and lyrics in Spanish are so much more beautiful and poetic,” the 46-year-old singer revealed at one point. “It’s so much more dramatic.” Then she belted out a song from her Spanish-language album, “Como Ama una Mujer.”
The segment began with Corden asking Lopez whether he should call her “Jennifer,” “J.Lo,” “Jenny” or “Jen.” Jennifer was the answer, and then they broke out singing her famous throwback song, “Love Don’t Cost a Thing.”
He asked her about the long-standing rumor that Lopez once insured her famous behind – she said she didn’t – which of course led to a rendition of her hit single, “Booty.”
“There is no such thing as [insuring your butt],” Lopez exclaimed before saying that she has heard that there are companies in the United Kingdom that do that sort of thing. But, she added, “What would you insure it for?”
They sang “Jenny From the Block” before Corden broached the topic of Lopez's love life.
“What’s the youngest guy you’d date?” he asked.
“Dude, I don’t know. They have to be legal," she quipped. "I’m not that kind of girl.”
Currently, Lopez is dating Casper Smart who is 18 years her junior, and she admitted to Corden that, while she has been married three times, she has been proposed to five times.
“I’ve had some amazing proposals. I’ve been married a couple of times – I’m still trying to get it right,” she said.
At one point, Corden looked at the contacts on Lopez’s cellphone and saw that she is friends with Demi Lovato, Bradley Cooper, Chris Brown, Iggy Azalea, Fergie and Cristiano Ronaldo. However, it was Leonardo DiCaprio that got Corden really excited.
He then sent a text to the Oscar-winning actor, reading, "Hey baby, I'm kind of feeling like I need to cut loose. Any suggestions? Let me know, JLo, you know, from the block."
Lopez looked mortified, and, after a bit of rocking out to “On the Floor,” her phone buzzed with a reply.
“You mean tonight, boo boo? Club wise?” was DiCaprio's response.
“Here’s the funny part: He actually thinks I’m serious,” Lopez said. “He thinks this was me … I guess I’m going out.”
With her appearance, Lopez joins Adele, Justin Bieber, One Direction, Mariah Carey, Chris Martin, Sia, Stevie Wonder, Jennifer Hudson, Elton John, Iggy Azalea among the growing list of stars who have driven around with Corden.