Chris Martin Hitch-Hikes To The Super Bowl With James Corden

But can they make it on time?

Most of the time James Corden needs help getting to work on Carpool Karaoke, but the tables were turned this time when the presenter helped Chris Martin get to the Super Bowl.

Coldplay is performing at halftime during this year's game, but with a 400 mile journey ahead of them, will the pair make it in time?

Driving to San Francisco, they belt out some of the band's biggest hits together and even pay tribute to the late David Bowie.

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Corden chips in perfectly with harmonies, even though he's a little unsure on the lyrics to 'Viva La Vida'.

They also treat us to 'Adventure Of A Lifetime', 'Yellow', 'Fix You', 'Hymn For The Weekend', 'Paradise', and 'A Sky Full Of Stars' in the entertaining clip.

Martin follows in the footsteps of the likes of One Direction, Justin Bieber and Jason Derulo, who have all joined Corden in his car for a sing-a-long.

However, Adele's turn has proved far and away the most popular - since airing on the CBS series earlier this month, it has been viewed on YouTube a whopping 62 million times, breaking Bieber's previous record.

From Digital Spy

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