Corden, Grande perform live, musical version of 'Titanic'

Corden, Grande perform live, musical version of 'Titanic'

Corden, Grande perform live, musical version of 'Titanic'

If only the show could stayyyy for-EHHH-verrrrr this wayyyyy...

Ariana Grande joined James Corden on 'The Late Late Show' - before her Carpool Karaoke - to celebrate Jack and Rose's love story from Titanic.

Ariana Grande just totally crushed a Celine Dion song and you need to hear it! They then headed to the bow of the ship for the iconic "I'm flying scene" set to Foo Fighters' "Learn to Fly" before going below deck to bust a move to Lady Gaga's "Just Dance".

Right after that recreation, the two then dove right on into a number of today's pop hits - with a few songs from the past - that pretty much described every single scene from here on out.

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In the segment, Grande and Corden put a unique spin on Titanic by narrating the movie through 13 different songs - only one of which was actually in the film - nine sets, and one take.

They also sang along to Nelly's Ride Wit Me and Rick Astley, with a duet of Celine Dion's title track to the James Cameron film, My Heart Will Go On, finishing off their performance.

Their harmonies throughout the whole musical were INCREDIBLE.

James Corden is continuing his affinity for late-night singing fun with his homage to Titanic.

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