Watch: Michelle Obama Nailed a Missy Elliott Rap on James Corden's Carpool Karaoke

Michelle Obama on Carpool Karaoke
Michelle Obama joined James Corden and Missy Elliott for a spot of Carpool Karaoke on Corden's "Late Late Show" Wednesday. YouTube

Here's something you never thought you'd see from a sitting First Lady: Michelle Obama singing along to Missy Elliott's hit song "Get Ur Freak On," with Elliott herself and talk show host James Corden.

As President Obama nears the end of his term in office, the First Lady was a little more lax with White House protocols as she invited Corden to drive around the grounds for his popular Carpool Karaoke skit on CBS' The Late Late Show.

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Anticipation for the segment Wednesday night was piqued when a teaser clip of Obama singing Beyoncé's "Single Ladies," released Monday, notched up six million YouTube views in just 48 hours.

Obama and Corden began their carpool by crooning along to legendary soul and R&B singer Stevie Wonder's "Signed, Sealed Delivered." Obama gushed: "I know every Stevie song on the planet."

The pair then had a little dance party to Beyoncé's 2008 hit, "Single Ladies," before Missy Elliott appeared in the backseat to join them for a rendition of "This is for My Girls," an awareness song in aid of Obama's philanthropic Let Girls Learn initiative. Elliott features on the track, penned by Diane Warren, along with a host of female musicians such as Kelly Clarkson, Kelly Rowland, Janelle Monae and Lea Michele.

But the highlight of Obama's carpool is easily her word-perfect rapping to "Get Ur Freak On." Melania Trump, we hope you were watching closely.

Between this and Barack Obama's Correspondents' Dinner mic drop, the Obamas are leaving the White House with style.