Cannes gets its very own Carpool Karaoke as Luma Partners CEO Terence Kawaja puts himself in the driver's seat

It looks like James Corden has some stiff competition in the Carpool Karaoke stakes now that the popular show has made it all the way to La Croisette.

Adland's very own Terence Kawaja has taken over Corden's duties as chief crooner for a very special Cannes Lions-themed edition of the viral Late Late Show segment.

The founder and chief executive of Luma Partners invited Facebook's vice-president of global marketing solutions, Carolyn Everson, to hop in the passenger seat and showcase her vocal talents.

The pair can be seen (and heard) singing along to Journey's 'Don't Stop Believing' and 'Happy' by Pharrell Williams as they embark on a journey to Cannes' picturesque Jetty passing festival favourites like Carlton hotel.

Kawaja is no stranger to parody videos, he has a whole YouTube channel dedicated to tongue-in-cheek industry clips... The Drum is now eagerly awaiting next year's edition of his Carpool singing session.

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Rebecca Stewart is a reporter at The Drum. Based in London, she writes news, analysis and features around brand marketing and digital innovation. She has interviewed key figures from the likes of Airbnb, Amnesty International, Unilever, Facebook and Spotify, as well as covering international events like Ad Week Europe, Dmexco and Ciclope.

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