Late Late Show host James Corden took the world by storm with his show's segment "Carpool Karaoke," with the videos incurring hundreds of millions of views on YouTube since its debut featuring the late George Michael. Quickly catching attention from the media, streaming service Apple Music decided to make a complete series surrounding the segment.
The singing series went country in a new episode of the newly reimagined series when two of the biggest names in Nashville got behind the wheel. Sheryl Crow and Dierks Bentley teamed up for a hilarious episode of the singing series, the pair quickly discovering a very unfortunate thing they have in common.
“Do you find that people just cannot figure out how to spell your name?” Crow asked Bentley.
"Yeah," he replied.
“I get Sheryl with a C,” Crow responded.
“It’s not?” Bentley asked jokingly in response.
After discovering they share the common problem of people not knowing how to spell their names, the country singers decided to hit the streets to investigate. Crow and Bentley proceed to roam the streets of Nashville asking random people they cross paths with to spell their names.
Spoiler alert: Not a single person was able to spell either of their names.
In addition to conducting a city-wide spelling bee, Crow and Bentley sung along to Sun" and Bentley's "What Was I Thinking."