Kim Kardashian stopped in Malibu on Thursday, March 2nd, for a taping of “Carpool Karaoke” with The Late, Late Show host, James Corden. In the photos, first obtained by Page Six and TMZ, the SKIMS founder is smiling and having a great time as she and Corden enter a gas station. Inside, Kim is sampling the station’s fashions-bucket hats and sunglasses. They may not be the designer duds Kim is accustomed to, but they make a great statement. Speaking of fashion, the beauty mogul wore a charcoal spaghetti-strapped bodysuit, distressed jeans, and stilettos for the outing, with her dark hair in a braided ponytail.
As Kim and Corden exit the station, the latter behaves like Kim’s bodyguard, which causes The Kardashians star to laugh. And we love to see it.
Kim made appearances on The Late, Late Show previously, the last one being in September 2022, where she spoke about her relationship goals. She just broke up with Pete Davidson and would rather center her focus on her four children than look for love. If she were to get a partner, though, she would be open to finding someone out of the Hollywood limelight.
Shifting back to now, since this was a “Carpool Karaoke” segment, there is bound to be some singing. We do not know what song Kim and Corden chose to do in the white Rolls-Royce as they drove off, but maybe something peppy and fun?
Kim Kardashian releases a dance track
Did you know in 2011, Kim Kardashian released her own dance track? It is true. Although Kim was not excited about the project and the music video, she does not regret it because the proceeds from the single raised went to the St. Judes Children’s Research Hospital. The song “Jam (Turn It Up),” on which she collaborated with The Dream, is a typical style dance tune that was popular in the early 2010s. Her ex-husband Kanye West helped Kim with the directed by Hype Williams video.
Kim even documented the recording on the now archived E! KUWTK spinoff series, Kim and Kourtney Take New York.
While Kim definitely elaborated it was a “fun experience and a memory,” as reported by Rolling Stone in 2014, she believed that she did not have a good voice and did not possess the “right to be a singer.”
But thanks to the internet, the song will live on.