Even Blue Ivy Joined James Corden's 'Carpool Karaoke' At The Grammys

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By: Bill Bradley

Good times never seemed so good — thanks to Blue Ivy Carter.

While hosting the 59th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, James Corden seemed to attempt an impromptu live "Carpool Karaoke," carrying a car cutout over to Jennifer Lopez. Pretty soon, other stars joined in, including John Legend, Faith Hill, Keith Urban and Neil Diamond.

The song was "Sweet Caroline," Diamond's most famous track, which you can hear in sports stadiums across the nation. Unfortunately, no one seemed to know it other than Corden and Diamond.

At one point, Corden gives the mic to Hill, who didn't appear to know what to do. John Legend didn't fare much better, and Lopez tried her best.

It had all the organization of a drunk singalong at a college bar until Blue Ivy came along.

Bey and Jay's daughter ran over at the end of the performance to save the day and steal the show.

Thanks to Blue, it was so good, so good, so good.


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