Michelle Obama Gets Her 'Freak On' During 'Carpool Karaoke' Segment

There have been some pretty outstanding moments during the brief history of James Corden's Carpool Karaoke series.

Previous guests on The Late Late Show have included Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas, Red Hot Chili Peppers' Anthony Kiedis, Adele, and more!

The first song the two belted out was a cover of "Signed, Sealed, Delivered", a song the first lady said is among her top favorites.

Check out the bit below. He is the king of acting confused and unaware for comedy.

This week, Obama sat in the passenger's seat while Corden drove the vehicle.

Obama rocked out to Beyonce's "Single Ladies", discussed her Secret Service code name and was joined by rapper Missy Elliott.

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She gives him the tour. "I don't want my legacy to just be about music that I've done". They started off jamming out to some Stevie Wonder.

"I love Stevie Wonder!". He also asked, "What are you gonna accidentally slip in your bag?" You nearly gotta remind yourself, 'Hold up, this is the first lady.

"We were makin' honey to put in our Lemonade", she laughed, before explaining why she recently got on SnapChat.

"It's one thing when you're watching on TV ... but she's so down to earth", Elliott says of Obama. You gotta watch to see what he is thinking of calling himself. The social media savvy First Lady thinks it's a good way to hook in teens and youth as she travels to Liberia, Morocco and Spain promoting "Let Girls Learn". And sang with them on another Beyonce track "For my Girls". To help in the sing-along, Missy Elliot herself hopped into the vehicle. Corden turned on the upbeat "This is for My Girls" single that was released to raise money for the campaign, and includes artists like Missy Elliott, Kelly Rowland, Zendaya, and more.

As if carpool karaoke couldn't get any better, James Corden of The Late Late Show has only gone and given Michelle Obama a ride!

Beyond her epic dance moves, the First Lady had a Q&A session with the late-night host in which she talked about life in the White House.

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