Watch BLACKPINK sing Spice Girls’ ‘Wannabe’ on ‘Carpool Karaoke’

BLACKPINK also covered 'No Scrubs' by TLC

BLACKPINK and James Corden have released their much-anticipated Carpool Karaoke segment.

BLACKPINK and Corden kicked things off with a performance of the girl group’s latest single ‘Pink Venom’. Following that, the quartet take some time to teach the talk show host some dance moves, before segueing into ‘Ddu-du Ddu-du’.

Later, BLACKPINK discussed their musical inspirations, with Jennie mentioning TLC – “We love TLC’s music. Y’know, they had vocals, they had raps, and they had a bit of hip-hop” – and the launching into a cover of TLC’s ‘No Scrubs’.


Lisa also opened up about their love for the Spice Girls: “Since I was young, I used to listen to the radio a lot, and their song came out, and I was like vibing with them.”

Jennie added that the girl group “really like how [the Spice Girls] have their own individual characters and that was something we were aiming for, and it was such an iconic girl group that we grew up listening to”.

BLACKPINK and Corden then wrapped up the Carpool Karaoke segment by covering the Spice Girls’ ‘Wannabe’. Elsewhere in the segment, the girl group also sang along to their hit song ‘How You Like That’.

BLACKPINK’s Carpool Karaoke aired on April 18 as part of The Late Late Show with James Corden. The long-running talk show is set to end on April 27.

BLACKPINK first appeared on The Late Late Show With James Corden in 2019, where they performed their single ‘Kill This Love’ and participated in the game show segment Flinch. They later returned to the show in 2021 to perform ‘Pretty Savage’.


BLACKPINK’s upcoming The Late Late Show With James Corden appearance will follow their history-making set at Coachella 2023 as the first Korean group to headline the festival. It follows their debut appearance in 2019, when they were the first female K-pop act to perform at the festival altogether.

Meanwhile, BLACKPINK have also announced that they will tour North America in August this year, following 14 sold-out shows in October and November 2022. The girl group will play four stadium shows across the US, including two in California, one in Nevada and one in New Jersey.

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