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Police Stop Adam Levine and James Corden During "Carpool Karaoke” Segment

 “I’m gonna pull you over so he can sing a song for me,” the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy says.

By Gina Tron

A Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy pulled over "The Late Late Show" host James Corden while he was filming "Carpool Karaoke" with Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine.

During his popular, recurring "Carpool Karaoke" segment, Corden invites musicians to sing along with him as he drives through Los Angeles.

Corden and Levine were singing along to some Maroon 5 hits when a deputy pulled up alongside the car.

In the clip, released by "The Late, Late Show," Levine opens his window and the deputy tells Corden, “I’m gonna pull you over so he can sing a song for me.”

“You want us to pull over so he can sing a song for me?” Corden asks.

“Yes, because you’re causing a traffic hazard,” the cop replies, telling him to “be careful.”

After the cop leaves, Corden says. “I don't know what quite happened there. I completely panicked. I panicked in my absolute core."

Then, he comments on how calm and unphased Levine was during the interaction.

The sheriff’s department Tweeted about the incident this week: “Find out why @JKCorden @AdamLevine & @LateLateShow got pulled over by an #LASD Deputy during #CarpoolKaraoke by tuning in tomorrow night.”

The segment aired on “The Late, Late Show" at 12:30 a.m. on Friday.

[Photos: Getty Images]