After being teased on Monday, James Corden's carpool karaoke aired on last night's Late Late Show - and it's every bit the must-see you were hoping for.
Following in the footsteps of Stevie Wonder, One Direction and Mariah Carey, Adele took to the passenger seat of Corden's car for the beloved segment.
As well as providing live renditions of her own songs - including "Someone Like You", "Rolling in the Deep" and latest single "Hello" - the British singer, clearly in her element, jumped at the chance to belt out every track thrown her way, namely Spice Girls track "Wannabe".
Showcasing some others skills she hasn't yet tackled on her globally-successful previous three albums, she also revelled in the opportunity to rap along to some Nicki Minaj.
The two found some time to talk too, with Adele dropping in a few interesting details about her career.
During their performance of "Hello", she revealed: "That's me playing the drums!"
"That is what I've always said - that you are the female Phil Collins," quipped Corden.
She also stated, referring to her chart-topping record 25: "This is the last album after my age. I believe in trilogies."
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