Talk show host James Corden and Queen frontman Adam Lambert fought it out in a Queen sing-off to see who really deserves to follow in Freddie Mercury’s footsteps.
Adam Lambert first joined Queen’s remaining members in 2012. Touring with them since then, he will also join their just announced new US tour.
During a recent show, Adam Lambert ‘caught’ James Corden claiming he would make a better frontman for Queen. The two then settled the dispute with some help from Brian May and Roger Taylor of Queen.
James boasted to his Late Late Show audience: “In my head growing up, I thought that I would always make a great frontman for Queen.
“I’m not saying I would be a better frontman than him. I’m just saying I would be a better frontman than him.”
But then Adam appeared from backstage and challenged James to prove it, with Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor also on hand to perform a medley of the band’s iconic tracks for Adam and James to sing along to.
Queen and Adam Lambert have performed together in Australia twice, in 2014 and 2016.
Watch the pair battle it out in the Queen sing-off
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