Gwen Stefani and James Corden perform 'Don't Speak' by No Doubt in Carpool Karaoke teaser

They also sing 'Used to Love You' and do emoji impressions

Jack Shepherd
Tuesday 03 May 2016 14:30
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It may have been quiet on the Carpool Karaoke front for the past month or so, but James Corden's popular Late Show segment is set to return, this time with Gwen Stefani in the passenger seat.

Having recently duetted with the likes of J-Lo and Adele, the British host will take to the roads with the singer, with a preview revealing the pair will sing No Doubt’s 1995 hit “Don’t Speak,” and her more recent single "Used to Love You.”

As always, Corden invites his guest to take part in some fun games, the preview showing Stefani attempting to mimic emoji, including the Red Woman Dancing, sideways kiss, and eggplant (aubergine).

When Corden last had a guest to ‘help him get to work’, Jennifer Lopez, he ended up stealing her phone and texting Leonardo DiCaprio.

He’s also previously been joined by Justin Bieber, Sia, Coldplay’s Chris Martin, Elton John, Stevie Wonder and One Direction.

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