Look who's next in the passenger seat for Carpool Karaoke: none other than the First Lady herself, Michelle Obama.

FLOTUS (the First Lady of the US) announced the appearance with Corden as she launched an account on Snapchat, and Corden was at the White House on Tuesday for the taping.

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The White House says FLOTUS joined the social media app to promote her trip next week to Liberia, Morocco and Spain to encourage education for the estimated 62 million adolescent girls around the world who aren't attending school.

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And with her mind on her Let Girls Learn initiative, it's possible FLOTUS and Corden might jam to the playlist she made in honour of International Day of the Girl last year.

The playlist was full of girl power hits such as Beyonce's Run the World, Diana Ross' Ain't No Mountain High Enough, Demi Lovato's Confident and Destiny's Child's Survivor.

Corden's latest episode of Carpool Karaoke featured pop star Selena Gomez, as the pair took a detour at Six Flags and another at McDonald's, and otherwise spent the whole time at full volume.