Corden recently shot down rumors he would be doing a version of Carpool Karaoke during the Tonys live broadcast, telling E! News, "I don't believe we should do it as part of the Tonys because the truth is it doesn't really work less than seven minutes and you don't want to leave the Beacon Theatre to celebrate a night of something that's live for something that you have to pre-tape and edit."
Since launching with Mariah Carey, the British host has driven with legends such as Stevie Wonder and Elton John for the insanely popular late-night segment, but in a a recent interview with Time Out, Corden revealed two people he really wants to come on the show. "Beyoncé! Bruno Mars," he admitted.
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