See Lady Gaga Sing 'Joanne' Tracks, Talk Super Bowl in 'Carpool Karaoke'

Singer, who recently received driver's license, takes James Corden for ride on 'Late Late Show'

Lady Gaga hitched a ride with James Corden Tuesday in the latest installment of 'The Late Late Show''s Carpool Karaoke.

Lady Gaga hitched a ride with James Corden Tuesday in the latest installment of Carpool Karaoke, where the singer also discussed the Super Bowl, recording "Pokerface" and her massive collection of Michael Jackson-worn clothing.

In the 15-minute segment, Gaga and Corden sang Joanne tracks like "Perfect Illusion" and "Million Reasons" alongside past smashes like "Bad Romance," Edge of Glory," "Pokerface" and "Born This Way."

During their ride, Corden and Gaga reenact the phone call from "Dave from the NFL" informing the singer that the league wants her to play the Super Bowl 51 halftime show. Gaga also revealed that she bought over 400 pieces of Michael Jackson's wardrobe, including a Thriller jacket and a sequined glove.

"I actually keep them in a temperature-controlled room, so they could be preserved for the rest of time," Gaga said of the clothes she won in an auction.

Gaga, who recently received her driver's license for the first time, then takes the wheel of the Carpool Karaoke mobile, but her inability to differentiate the gearshift from the windshield wiper lever has Corden immediately putting on a helmet as a precaution. After singing "Bad Romance" with Gaga behind the wheel, a relieved Corden retakes the driver's seat.

Later, a conversation about fashion (and some clever editing) puts Corden in some of Gaga's more buzz-worthy dresses, including her "Telephone" outfit made of caution tape and the singer's infamous meat dress, which caused the Carpool Karaoke SUV to smell like bacon. "I really think you should take that off," Gaga told Corden.

In addition to the Carpool Karaoke, Gaga also hijacked Corden's monologue during Tuesday's Late Late Show to tell jokes and perform "A-Yo."

Watch Lady Gaga discuss new album Joanne and working with producer Mark Ronson.