Selena Gomez Takes James Corden on a Roller Coaster on Carpool Karaoke

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At this point, James Corden is no stranger to detours on The Late Late Show's Carpool Karaoke segments — it's a miracle he ever makes it to work on time. But Monday's installment with Selena Gomez was the closest he's come to going off the rails — literally. 

In the middle of their segment, the duo stopped for a roller coaster ride, and decided to push through Gomez's "Come and Get It" while they were at it.

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Next stop: McDonald's. As Corden noted, they've been using Gomez's lyrics on their soda cups — reason enough for her to be excited. On the McDonald's side, the employees were ecstatic to see the pop star in the flesh. 

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McDonald's in tow, Corden turned the conversation toward something more serious: the reverse sexism that pervades Gomez's friend Taylor Swift's girl squad — and keeps Corden on the perimeter. Gomez was unmoved. 

"I think this industry could use a little bit of female sexism," she says. "I think we have a right to be that way. It's a lot harder to do what I have to do." 

You can check out the full Carpool Karaoke segment below: 

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Read more: 
• Lin-Manuel Miranda and Other Broadway Stars Join James Corden's Carpool Karaoke
 George Clooney and Julia Roberts Hitch a Ride in Gwen Stefani's Carpool Karaoke
• Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas Dissect Their Dating Lives in Carpool Karaoke

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