06 April 2017

James Corden hooked up with Stephen Curry, NBA superstar, to belt out some of the biggest hit songs from Frozen and Moana.


“I’ve come down to the Bay area to spend some time with arguably the greatest shooter in NBA history, Stephen Curry,” said Corden. “What he doesn’t know is that I’m going to make him great in every other aspect of his life.”


Did Stephen manage to pick up anything from James during their time together? “The best lesson I’ve learned from James Corden is how to waste a perfectly good afternoon,” he said.


Before singing Frozen and Moana tracks, Curry proved how, basketball aside, he’s actually great at all games. Miniature gold? He won. That dance game you get in all arcades? His footwork was a delight. Air hockey? He should turn pro. But – and this is the big question – can Stephen Curry hold a tune? Always one to test himself, Stephen proposed the pair have a little singsong.


“Since we’re in the car, I thought we were going to be doing Carpool Karaoke…that’s what I’ve been dreaming about,” Stephen said. “Look, everyone thinks that they can Carpool karaoke,” Corden replied. “Everyone thinks they’ve got what it takes. [Stephen’s] got to show me, he’s got to earn the right to do it….I made Adele audition for weeks.”



“What sort of songs do you listen to in the car?” Corden asked.

“I listen to everything a four-and-a-half-year-old listens to. A lot of Disney. A lot of Moana.”
The pair then belted out Moana’s ‘How Far I’ll Go’, followed by ‘Love is an Open Door’ from Frozen, and, you know what, Stephen Curry could have been a lot worse.