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Watch Justin Bieber Sing Car Karaoke with James Corden

The Bieb also revealed how many times he wears his underwear in a row

While you were still crying over David Letterman’s late night departure, James Corden was asking Justin Bieber if he ever makes love to his own music. While the answer to that was a sad no, there were some other interesting revelations on Wednesday night’s Late Late Show.

In the clip, Corden and Bieber drive around Los Angeles, shouting out to fans on the street and singing along to Bieber’s hit songs “Baby” and “Where Are U Now.” In between all the singing and seat dancing, Corden managed to get some dirt on the singer, like the fact that he only wears underwear once before throwing it out. (As a Calvin Klein model, perhaps he feels he has to do his part to keep the company in business?) Bieber also showed off his impressive skills with a Rubik’s Cube, which has to be seen to be beliebed.

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See Photos From Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall’s Wedding Day

Revisiting the day the pair tied the knot, on what would have been their 70th anniversary

Humphrey Bogart met Lauren Bacall while filming To Have and Have Not, a 1944 film loosely adapted from the eponymous Ernest Hemingway novel. The two began an affair; Bogart was still married to Mayo Methot, his third wife, at the time. By February of 1945, Bogart had called off his marriage and was preparing to wed Bacall—which he did just a few months later, on May 21, 1945. Following the fête, LIFE announced their union as follows:

Actress Lauren Bacall (“The Look”), born 20 years ago as Betty Joan Perske, was married last week to Actor Humphrey Bogart (“The Leer”), 46, in the hallway of Novelist Louis Bromfield’s 20-room farmhouse near Mansfield, Ohio. It was her first marriage, Bogart’s fourth. The ceremony was performed by Municipal Judge H.H. Shettler who read a service which he said contained a little of everything. Before taking the vows, Bogart drank a Martini, muttered, ‘Oh, baby,’ to his bride. After the ceremony he kissed his bride and she gasped, “Oh, goody!” Deeply sun-tanned, she was wearing a doeskin beige dress. Seven sheriffs kept the crowds away.

“Oh, baby” and “oh, goody” would remain married until his death from cancer in 1957.

Liz Ronk, who edited this gallery, is the Photo Editor for LIFE.com. Follow her on Twitter at @LizabethRonk.

TIME Music

Pitch Perfect 2 Soundtrack Debuts Atop Billboard 200

Universal Studios "Pitch Perfect 2" poster.

Pitch Perfect 2 is the third soundtrack to reach No. 1 in 2015

The Pitch Perfect 2 soundtrack sings out at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, as the set debuts atop the list. The album, which was released on May 12 through Universal Music Enterprises, moved 107,000 units in the week ending May 17, according to Nielsen Music.

The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA).

Pitch Perfect 2 is the third soundtrack to reach No. 1 in 2015, following the companion albums from Fox TV’s Empire series and the theatrical film Furious 7. That’s the most No. 1 soundtracks in a calendar year since 2010, when three Glee albums topped the list.

Of Pitch Perfect 2’s launch, traditional album sales comprised 92,000 units, and the set also debuts at No. 1 on the Top Album Sales chart.

The Pitch Perfect 2 film and album follows the first movie and its corresponding soundtrack, which were released in 2012. The new film was released in theaters on May 15.

Pitch Perfect 2 earned $70.3 million at the U.S. and Canada box office in its debut weekend (May 15-17), according to Box Office Mojo — out-grossing the entire domestic run of the first Pitch Perfect ($65 million). The first film’s soundtrack peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200, and has sold 1.2 million copies.

The Pitch Perfect soundtrack spawned the fluke hit single “Cups,” performed by the star of both films, Anna Kendrick. The tune peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and has sold 2.1 million downloads.

Last week’s No. 1 album, Mumford & SonsWilder Mind, slips to No. 2 in its second chart week with 58,000 units (down 77 percent). The Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack scoots 6-3 with 48,000 units (down 8 percent).

David Guetta’s Listen album zooms into the top 10, jumping from No. 30 to No. 4 — a new peak for the album and artist — with 43,000 units (up 198 percent), as the album was deeply discounted to 99 cents in the Google Play store during the tracking week. Listen sold 29,000 downloads (up 2,136 percent), re-entering at No. 2 on the Digital Albums chart.

The album initially debuted and peaked at No. 22 on the Billboard 200 dated Dec. 13, 2014. Guetta’s previous chart high came when his Nothing But the Beat album debuted and peaked at No. 5 on Sept. 7, 2011.

The Furious 7 soundtrack climbs 7-5 with 41,000 units (down 12 percent).

Three soundtracks — Pitch Perfect 2, Fifty Shades of Grey and Furious 7 — are in the top five. That’s the most soundtracks in the top five in a single week since the Sept. 8, 2007-dated chart, when High School Musical 2 was No. 1, Hannah Montana 2/Meet Miley Cyrus was No. 3, and Hairspray was No. 4.

Rock band Incubus is the second and final debut in the latest top 10, as its new EP Trust Fall (Side A) bows at No. 6 with 40,000 units. It’s the sixth top 10 album for the group, which last visited the top 10 in 2011 with If Not Now, When? Itdebuted and peaked at No. 2, selling 80,000 copies in its first week.

Rounding out the top 10… Zac Brown Band’s former No. 1, Jekyll + Hyde, slips 5-7 with 39,000 units (down 41 percent). Josh Groban’s Stages descends 2-8 with 38,000 (down 62 percent). Taylor Swift’s 1989 holds steady at No. 9 with 37,000 (and a 3 percent gain). Sam Smith’s In the Lonely Hour falls 8-10 with 36,000 (down 8 percent).

This article originally appeared on Billboard.com.

TIME Television

Jeremy Clarkson Says Being Fired From Top Gear Was ‘My Own Silly Fault’

The Top Gear presenter was dropped after attacking a producer

Jeremy Clarkson said that being dropped from Top Gear was “my own silly fault.”

The presenter spoke to BBC after losing his job in March after attacking a producer. “I have been at the BBC for 27 years,” he said. “When you emerge after 27 years, you find the world is changed. When you learn how the world works, you can start to work out what to do. In the meantime I’m getting really good at tennis. My forehand has improved immeasurably.”

Top Gear, a BBC car show, is watched by 350 million viewers worldwide according to BBC. The BBC will relaunch the show with new presenters. Meanwhile, Clarkson is beginning a “badly organized world tour” this week with his former Top Gear co-hosts Richard Hammond and James May.

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Watch David Letterman Work at Taco Bell

"Are you Howard Stern?"

In his final episode of the Late Show on Wednesday night, David Letterman featured a blast from the past.

The clip below shows a much-younger Letterman take a stab at running a Taco Bell drive-thru, with hilarious results. None of the frustrated customers seemed to recognize Letterman’s voice, though one woman thought he sounded strangely familiar, asking, “Are you Howard Stern?”

The clip was a bittersweet reminder of what we’ll be missing out on as Letterman brings his 33 year late-night career to a close.

Watch it below.

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Watch David Letterman’s Final Goodbye

"Thank you for everything, you've given me everything"

For the last time, David Letterman signed off from his late-night show on Wednesday night. Light on the jokes, but heavy on the graciousness, the Late Night host thanked his entire staff — including crew, writers and the band — for all they had done for the show. “These people collectively,” he said, “deserve more credit for this show than I ever will.”

Yet, in the middle of Letterman’s good-bye, bandleader Paul Shaffer summed up everyone else’s thoughts, saying, “Thank you so much Dave, you’ve changed our lives.”

Watch the full signoff here.

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See Photos of a Young Joan Baez as She Began a Life of Music and Activism

The folk singer will be recognized on May 21 for her contributions to human rights

On Thursday in Berlin, Joan Baez, 74, will receive the 2015 Amnesty International Ambassador of Conscience Award, along with the artist Ai Weiwei. Though many know her first for her gently trilling soprano voice, activism is as much a part of Baez’s identity as the sound that led LIFE to declare her, in 1962, “the best folk singer of them all.”

From her performance at the landmark civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery in 1965 to her advocacy for migrant farm workers and gay rights to her denunciation of torture and the death penalty, Baez has championed human rights both on- and offstage. Like two of her major influences, Pete Seeger and Marian Anderson, Baez demonstrated how fame can be used as a platform for activism.

Now, in honor of her award, LIFE revisits photographer Ralph Crane’s early-1960s portraits of Baez near her home in Carmel, Calif. “Standing on the shore,” the caption read, “she evokes the same wistful intensity that goes into her rare but luminous recordings of sweet laments.” Some of them were sweet laments, to be sure, but half a century later it’s clear that her music has been so much more.

Liz Ronk, who edited this gallery, is the Photo Editor for LIFE.com. Follow her on Twitter at @LizabethRonk.

TIME Television

Watch Presidents Bid Farewell to David Letterman

“Letterman is retiring.....You’re just kidding, right?”

The late night TV host David Letterman took the stage for the last time Wednesday night, with a show that kicked off with tributes from four U.S. Presidents.

Footage of former President Gerald Ford opened the show, informing the viewers, “Our long national nightmare is over.”

They were then echoed by George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and President Obama.

“Letterman is retiring,” Obama added, before Letterman appeared next to him: “You’re just kidding, right?” he asked.

Watch the presidential sendoff below.

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Watch the Foo Fighters Sing ‘Everlong’ for David Letterman’s Final Show

The late-night host says goodbye to his favorite song

Though David Letterman was dry-eyed throughout his final episode of the Late Show, the montage that played during Foo Fighters performance of “Everlong” ensured that no one in the audience was.

The song, which Letterman has previously declared a favorite, played over a video of highlights spanning the late-night host’s 33-year career, which included myriad stunts, countless interviews with celebrities and politicians and, most of all, lots of laughs.

Check out the performance below.

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Watch David Letterman Wish Stephen Colbert Good Luck

Letterman ended his 33-year late-night run on Wednesday

On David Letterman’s final episode of Late Show Wednesday night, the TV legend took the opportunity to wish good luck to his replacement. Letterman, who is retiring after a late-night career spanning three-and-a-half decades, will be handing the reins over to Stephen Colbert, the comedian, writer and former host of Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report.

Letterman said he was “very excited” to see Colbert host the show, telling viewers: “I wish Stephen and his staff and crew nothing but the greatest success.”

Watch it below.

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