Watch Neil Diamond, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and John Legend do 'Carpool Karaoke' at the Grammys

They're all playing Tampa Bay in 2017.

Watch Neil Diamond, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and John Legend do 'Carpool Karaoke' at the Grammys
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We've all been there, a little tipsy with a bunch of our closest friends...ready to sing Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" on the karaoke machine.

Well the real thing kinda sorta happened when Diamond, 76, joined Grammy host James Corden for an impromptu edition of "Carpool Karaoke." The bit featured a very famous crew — Diamond, Corden, Jennifer Lopez, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, John Legend and Keith Urban — taking on "Sweet Caroline" and "Build Me Up Buttercup."

Tim McGraw's song "Humble and Kind" has already taken home a songwriter Grammy tonight, and four of the aforementioned karaoke singers are coming to Tampa Bay this year.

See concert details below, and watch the performance above. Extra props to Blue Ivy for saving that train wreck. See a complete list of Grammy winners coming to Tampa Bay here

  • May 13, John Legend (Coachman Park, Clearwater) INFO
  • April 23, Neil Diamond (Amalie Arena, Tampa) INFO
  • October 20, Tim McGraw & Faith Hill (Amalie Arena, Tampa) INFO

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