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James Corden has brought forth his fair share of epic "Carpool Karaoke" showings on The Late Late Show, but it's safe to say he debuted the most incredible installment yet during his stint as host at the 2017 Grammy Awards. True, he wasn't in an actual car. And yes, the whole thing was spur-of-the-moment, but lack of planning was quickly made up for by the caliber of guests who made an appearance.

Car cardboard cutout in tow, Corden managed to gather musical superstars including Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, John Legend, and Neil Diamond for a rendition of Diamond's own "Sweet Caroline." The show was absolutely stolen, though, by Blue Ivy, offspring of Beyoncé and Jay Z and already an icon in her own right. Young Miss Blue, rocking a pink, Prince-inspired pantsuit, ran up to the car-full of celebrities like she just couldn't bear to miss another moment of the singalong and was welcomed by the crew of musicians—and by the world—with open arms. It had already been a big night for Blue Ivy, who just watched her mom put on a jaw-dropping performance on the Grammys stage.

The entire star-studded collaboration was a Grammys moment for the books, and possibly 2017's answer to 2014's now-infamous Oscars selfie. But seriously, James, just give Blue Ivy her own "Carpool Karaoke" episode already.

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