Bad Bunny Sends Internet Into Frenzy After Singing Ariana Grande’s ‘Break Free’ on Carpool Karaoke

In the latest episode of James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke, the Puerto Rican rapper reveals that the pop superstar and Zedd’s 2014 hit is one of his favorite songs in English.

AceShowbizBad Bunny is without a doubt a huge fan of Ariana Grande. The Puerto Rican rapper sent the Internet into a frenzy after he belted out the pop superstar and Zedd‘s 2014 popular track “Break Free” for James Corden‘s Carpool Karaoke.

The “Un Verano Sin Ti” star appeared in the latest episode of Carpool Karaoke and revealed his favorite songs to sing along, including Ariana and Zedd’s masterpiece. The 29-year-old rapper/singer then explained to host James that “Break Free” is one of his favorite songs in English.

Shortly after, Bad Bunny, born Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, passionately sang the chorus while James drove around Los Angeles. “I think this is the most English song that I most know,” the “Me Porto Bonito” hitmaker said. The singer seemed to know all the lyrics to the song, as he danced and clapped his hands. He also said that Harry Styles‘ song “As It Was” is another one of his favorites.

Upon learning of the latest Carpool Karaoke episode, fans rushed to Twitter to applaud the Grammy-winning Latin artist. “LMAOOOOO. The passion you can clearly see on his entire body is so beautiful to me. I love it,” one person gushed.

“OH HE KNEW WHO THE QUEEN OF POP WAS!! Also I knew this i why I’ve always like bad bunny!!” another tweeted. A separate fan chimed in, “I loved it, without a doubt one of my favorites at the moment.”

This is not the first time Bad Bunny reveals his taste in music as he was previously spotted wearing a Lady GaGa shirt from the “Chromatica” era. “In that moment, when I feel sad I [play] Chromatica by Lady GaGa. That album makes me feel more happy. When she brought the album I was in a very good moment, enjoying my life. So I loved that album,” he said back in 2020.

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