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Ariana Grande And James Corden Reenact ‘Titanic’ With Music From Lady Gaga, Ed Sheeran And More

Ariana Grande, James Corden, Titanic

It’s been a 84 years since Titanic made history at the box office.

Okay, it’s been a little less than that. More like 21 years, but the love for Titanic is still going strong. You could say it’s going on and on. Two people whose hearts continue to beat for the Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet film are Ariana Grande and James Corden. To promote her upcoming fourth studio album Sweetener dropping this Friday, Grande appeared on The Late Late Show With James Corden on Monday night, giving the pair the chance to reenact Titanic and put their own spin on the Oscar winning film.

Performing 13 songs on nine sets in five minutes, Grande and Corden recapped the epic love story using pop hits from the past 40 years. Starting with Styx’s “Come Sail Away,” the pair performed “Just Dance” by Lady Gaga, “Ride Wit Me” by Nelly, “Steal My Girl” by One Direction, “Shape of You” by Ed Sheeran, “Learn To Fly” by Foo Fighters, “Timber” by Kesha, “Bye Bye Bye” by NSYNC and more, including Vanilla Ice’s “Ice Ice Baby.” Never has a deadly iceberg seemed so fun and carefree.

Of course, there was only one song that could provide a fitting ending and allow Grande to perform her impeccable Céline Dion impression, chest-bump and all.

Although Corden seemed to take on the majority of the singing for the skit, possibly to let Grande save her voice for a week of promo for Sweetener, the pair were otherwise the perfect duo, living out the dream of every theatre kid.

Grande is set to make her debut on Carpool Karaoke this week, but we don’t know how it could be any more fun than seeing Titanic brought to life with pop songs.