Stevie Wonder joins James Corden for karaoke rendition of ‘Superstition’ – watch

The pair run through Wonder's hit songs in a special rendition of Corden's 'Carpool Karaoke' skit

Stevie Wonder has joined James Corden for a surprise karaoke session, opening with a version of his well-known hit ‘Superstition’.

The pair appeared on a special US TV telecast on Friday (Sep 11) titled Think It Up, an initiative working to support public education in the U.S.

The ‘Carpool Karaoke’ skit is a regular segment of US TV’s Late Late Show with James Corden, which sees Corden drive famous people around while they sing along to the radio.

The new clip sees Stevie Wonder admit he has “forgotten his licence” before swapping to the passenger seat and singing through various hits with Corden behind the wheel.

The pair open with ‘Superstition’ and ‘Sir Duke’, before Wonder picks up the phone to face time Corden’s wife and serenade her down the phone.

Watch the clip below.

A$AP Rocky recently made a surprise appearance on Corden’s show, joining him in the car with Rod Stewart.

The Harlem rapper teamed up with Stewart and Corden for a rendition of latest single ‘Everyday’. The song itself samples Australian group Python Lee Jackson’s 1970 track ‘In A Broken Dream’, which Rod Stewart originally provided guest vocals for.

“I don’t know if I’ve ever felt as cool as I do in this moment of my life right now, I genuinely don’t,” Corden said, while Stewart referred to Rocky as a “lovely bloke”.