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Dwayne Johnson sips tequila hangs out with fans and sings You're Welcome and Face Off in a unique Karaoke segment with James Corden
16/11/2021
16/11/2021

James Corden's famous Carpool Karaoke segment was taken to a new level with Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson on Wednesday.

The 49-year-old actor has been on tour with his tequila company Termana's Mana Mobile trucks, in support of his new movie Red Notice. The tour swung by CBS Television City in Los Angeles, with the truck blocking Corden's spot, leading to the unlikely duo wheeling around the Television City lot in a golf cart, while hanging with fans, drinking tequila and singing You're Welcome from Moana and The Rock's new rap song Face Off.

The tour swung by CBS Television City in Los Angeles, with the truck blocking Corden's spot, leading to the unlikely duo wheeling around the Television City lot in a golf cart, while hanging with fans, drinking tequila and singing You're Welcome from Moana and The Rock's new rap song Face Off.

Karaoke: James Corden's famous Carpool Karaoke segment was taken to a new level with Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson on Wednesday

Golf cart: The tour swung by CBS Television City in Los Angeles, with the truck blocking Corden's spot, leading to the unlikely duo wheeling around the Television City lot in a golf cart, while hanging with fans, drinking tequila and singing You're Welcome from Moana and The Rock's new rap song Face Off

The segment starts with Corden pulling up to his spot on the lot, only to find the massive Mana Mobile truck blocking his spot, with several people eating and drinking.

He gets out of his car and demands to know who is parked in his spot, demanding to get security and figure out what's happening or, 'somebody is gonna be in a world of pain.'

Of course, just as he says that, The Rock comes out of the trailer, and Corden's tune changes considerably.

Pain: He gets out of his car and demands to know who is parked in his spot, demanding to get security and figure out what's happening or, 'somebody is gonna be in a world of pain'

The Rock: Of course, just as he says that, The Rock comes out of the trailer, and Corden's tune changes considerably

James asks what he's doing there, as Johnson says Television City is one of his scheduled stops on his Mana Mobile tour.

When James asks if he can move the truck, Dwayne says he wants to hang out with James, as they go on a tour of the studio on a golf cart.

They make a stop at the Price Is Right set, and surprise the unsuspecting audience members waiting to go into the set.

Hang out: When James asks if he can move the truck, Dwayne says he wants to hang out with James, as they go on a tour of the studio on a golf cart

Surprise: They make a stop at the Price Is Right set, and surprise the unsuspecting audience members waiting to go into the set.

They get back in the golf cart and James asks to play some music, as he plays Johnson's song You're Welcome from the animated classic Moana.

Corden then asked if it was true that he really had just seven dollars in his pocket when he arrived in Los Angeles, which lead him years later to name his production company Seven Bucks Productions.

'I had seven bucks in my pocket a bit before I came to L.A., but when I first started professional wrestling, I had seven bucks in my pocket,' Johnson clarified.

Singing: They get back in the golf cart and James asks to play some music, as he plays Johnson's song You're Welcome from the animated classic Moana

Seven Bucks: Corden then asked if it was true that he really had just seven dollars in his pocket when he arrived in Los Angeles, which lead him years later to name his production company Seven Bucks Productions.

He added that the WWE told him he was 'too big' and he had to lose weight and he couldn't call himself The Rock.

'The turning point for me was when I said, "Look, I don't want to remain on a lifelong diet just to be on the thinner side,' as Corden joked, 'Now you're talking my language.'

They also stopped by the gift shop as Johnson picked up a lot of t-shirts for his family, but he didn't pick up any Late Late Show stuff.

Language: 'The turning point for me was when I said, "Look, I don't want to remain on a lifelong diet just to be on the thinner side,' as Corden joked, 'Now you're talking my language.

Gift shop: They also stopped by the gift shop as Johnson picked up a lot of t-shirts for his family, but he didn't pick up any Late Late Show stuff

They also spoke about his new song Face Off with Tech N9ne, Joey Cool and King Iso, which was released in October.

'Tech N9ne is my boy, he called me up and said he had this great idea for a song,' adding they originally wanted him to do 'spoken word' at the end.

'When I heard the song, and those guys were just delivering fire, I said Tech, I got this crazy idea, it's either great or f***ing terrible,' Johnson said, before they played his verse.

New rap: They also spoke about his new song Face Off with Tech N9ne, Joey Cool and King Iso, which was released in October

Spoken word: 'Tech N9ne is my boy, he called me up and said he had this great idea for a song,' adding they originally wanted him to do 'spoken word' at the end

They also riffed on cookware ideas The Rock could come up with, so fans could literally, 'smell what The Rock is cooking.'

Corden then asked if there is any particular song The Rock listens to when he's alone in his vehicle, which he reveals is How Deep Is Your Love by The Bee Gees.

They circled back to the Mana Mobile and ended their outing by having some Termana tequila and talking about Corden's diet, before Corden ended it with a bad joke.

'Do you know how I like my tequila? On The Rock,' Corden said, while placing his glass on The Rock's shoulder, though he was unamused. 

Cooking: They also riffed on cookware ideas The Rock could come up with, so fans could literally, 'smell what The Rock is cooking'

On the Rock: 'Do you know how I like my tequila? On The Rock,' Corden said, while placing his glass on The Rock's shoulder, though he was unamused

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