Justin Bieber returns for a second round of CarPool Karaoke with James Corden

His first appearance was hilarious, and now, pop singer Justin Bieber has returned for a second trip with late night talk show host James Corden for his popular Carpool Karaoke segment.

When The Biebs originally appeared for the segment in a May episode of the Late Late Show With James Corden, he and the British host belted out a number of his hit tunes, including the then just-released hit Where Are You Now. Corden also discussed lyrics with Bieber, joking with him about silly ones like “eating fondue,” as well as challenging him to solve a Rubik’s Cube.

This time around, the pair took the fun beyond just the vehicle, stopping to go shopping for some new outfits. Corden selected what he felt should be the next progression in Bieber’s style evolution, while Bieber dressed Corden up in what the portly host called clearly inappropriate attire for a father of two.

Related: Stevie Wonder tries to take the wheel in Carpool Karaoke with James Corden

As they leave the store, Bieber tries to shield Corden from the onslaught of fans and paparazzi pretending they’re after the British host. “How do you live like this?” he jokingly asks Corden as he begs the teary-eyed young girls to leave him alone.

Karaoke was, indeed, part of the interview, including Bieber’s latest hits, What Do You Mean and Sorry, along with a bit of Kanye thrown in for good measure, and even some Alanis Morissette.

Of course what interview would be complete without a mention of Bieber’s recent paparazzi photo and the reported “shrinkage.” Was there really any? You’ll have to watch to find out what the singer has to say, along with an admission of one of his favorite movies (hint: it’s a chick flick).

The first version of Carpool Karaoke with Bieber has already been viewed almost 40 million times. Corden has done about a dozen versions of the popular viral segment, with everyone from Rod Stewart to Stevie Wonder, Mariah Carey, and Iggy Azalea.

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