Justin Bieber’s Carpool Karaoke experience just got even more interesting. Last week, a video was posted to Twitter showing James Corden and Bieber in a car, reportedly filming an episode of the late-night talk show host's popular segment. However, people were shocked to find out that instead of driving, Corden’s SUV was being towed by another vehicle. Now, the Canadian singer is hilariously expressing his shock on discovering the news.

The Peter Rabbit star took the time to address the video circulating the internet on the most recent episode of The Late Late Show with James Corden saying, “I’m sure many of you have heard I’ve recently been the victim of a scandal in the media and there have been some very serious allegations made against me.”

He went on to explain that the video viewers have been seeing was “fake news.” “I know this looks bad, but I just want to say right now that I always drive the car unless we’re doing something where we think it might not be safe, like a dance routine or a costume change or if I’m drunk.”

Specifically for the 25-year-old Canadian, he admitted that the reason he wasn’t able to drive was because he “kept getting lost in his eyes.”

Bieber took his joking in stride and gave the talk show host a hilarious reply in return. He acted as if he had no idea that Corden wasn’t driving while they were shooting.

He trolled him by quoting his explanation clip on Twitter and writing, “Wait... you weren’t driving the car?”

This marks his third time participating in Carpool Karaoke, following his appearances back in 2015 and 2016.

Corden’s isn’t the only celeb car the Stratford native has been spending time in. He was recently featured on David Dobrik’s YouTube channel where he surprised fans and sang his new hit single “Yummy” with them.

Bieber also recently revealed that his newest album Changes will be released on February 14.

He’ll be promoting his new music on a North American tour, featuring four Canadian dates, starting May 14.

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