Even Britney Spears Thought Her Carpool Karaoke Was Awkward

And here's why.

Do you remember where you were when Britney Spears was on Carpool Karaoke with James Corden (opens in new tab)? Yeah, me too. Last Thursday was so great.

However, Brit says the historical day wasn't just laughter and unicorn kisses and slaying at "Toxic," while cruising around Los Angeles, it was also a little bit strange. Speaking toKTU 103.5 FM's Cubby & Carolina Bermudez (opens in new tab), the superstar got super real about the realities of filming in car while driving all over town.

"It was a little awkward, like, driving by grocery stores," she said. "People walk by and there are like 18 cameras around us. This is just so awkward."

She also shared that host James Corden — whom donned a school girl outfit and blonde wig for the segment — played two of the songs that she's kinda tired of hearing: "Baby One More Time" and "Oops!... I Did It Again."

"Oh, my God, and he kept playing them," she said. "He put a wig on for it. Yeah, I totally went along with it."

Overall, though, Our Queen Bit-Bit had an amazing time, and said that James is an adorable stuffed animal and she just wants to cuddle him.

"'The guy was incredibly sweet. I had no idea he has kids, he's a teddy bear. I was like, 'I just want to hug you right now.'"

Awww! I would watch a show that just involved Britney Spears cuddling cute chubby people. And then maybe trying snack foods from other countries and rating them. Get on it, NBC!

And hey, while we're here, let's just watch her Carpool Karaoke one more time because it's actual heaven:

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Laura Beck
Laura Beck

I write on Fox’s THE GREAT NORTH. Before that, I wrote and edited for Cosmopolitan (opens in new tab) magazine and the Jezebel (opens in new tab) blog. My writing has also appeared in the New York Times, The New Yorker, Esquire, VICE, Marie Claire, McSweeney’s, California Sunday, BUST, Elle, Village Voice, Harper’s Bazaar, LA Weekly, Eater, Fast Company, Mic, Atlas Obscura, and more. I co-host/co-produce a comedy/storytelling (opens in new tab) show on the first Friday of every month at Stories in LA. I have a degree in Film and TV from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.