Watch Michelle Obama sing Beyonce, Stevie Wonder on ‘Carpool Karaoke’

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First Lady Michelle Obama hopped in the car with James Corden for a Wednesday night edition of “Carpool Karaoke.”

“I rarely get to listen to music in my car,” Obama tells the affable host, asking him to “crank it up” when Stevie Wonder’s “Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours” comes on.

The pair engage in the signature moves to accompany Beyonce’s “Single Ladies” and later in the segment, Missy Elliott hops in for a few verses of “This is for My Girls,” the song written by Diane Warren and featuring Elliott, Kelly Clarkson, Janelle Monae and others to promote education for girls worldwide.

“We feel blessed to have Missy on this song,” the First Lady says before the trio gets its freak on.

This might be the first time Corden has entertained a guest who really does sing like the rest of us when cruising in our cars – and it’s a delight.

Take a look:


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Music Midtown adds to 2016 lineup
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Music Midtown organizers have announced the final roundup of musicians that are set to take the stage in Piedmont Park this September.

Rapper Logic, indie rockers Grouplove, folk artists City & Colour and Johnnyswim are the final artists to be added to the lineup for the two-day music festival.

The artists join a lineup that is sure to attract young music fans.

The Killers, Twenty One Pilots, Beck, Alabama Shakes, Leon Bridges, Corinne Bailey Rae and Atlanta artists Big Boi, Raury and 2 Chainz (performing with Lil Wayne as Collegrove) are among the previously announced artists that are set to perform on Sept. 17 and 18.

Tickets for Music Midtown are currently on sale. Fans can purchase general admission tickets for $125, VIP tickets for $600 and Super VIP tickets for $1,200 at musicmidtown.com.

Elton John, Drake and Sam Smith served as the headliners for the festival in 2015.

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