Following her weird appearance with Adam Sandler last week, Miley Cyrus returned to the late-night TV circuit last night (October 10) to join Late Late Show host James Corden for a new "Carpool Karaoke" segment. Singing "We Can't Stop", "Wrecking Ball" and "The Climb" she kept the nostalgia going strong. She busted out all the classics and some new ones. Cyrus left the set without telling anyone about the accident and then drove a rental auto to work the next day to hide the damage to her own vehicle. She then called her manager to ask to have a new parking spot further away from the set, before coming clean about the prang to fellow judges Adam Levine and Blake Shelton.
Miley discussed a recent hit-and-run in The Voice parking lot and got serious about her musical evolution.
Cyrus left the scene without saying a word to anyone about it and showed up to work the next day in a rental auto to hide the damage to her own vehicle.
Toward the end of their ride, Corden pulls over in a residential neighborhood so he and Cyrus can test their ability to cry on demand.
She also used the popular late-night TV segment as a platform to explain how her infamous 2013 MTV VMAs performance with Robin Thicke led her to activism. Both Cyrus and Corden fail in their attempts to harness their emotions, but Corden eventually gets teary-eyed from hysterically laughing.
Cyrus said seeing the response to her actions on stage made her become more of an activist.