Sorry James Corden, You Can't Out-Diva Demi Lovato

Sorry James Corden, You Can't Out-Diva Demi Lovato

Sorry James Corden, You Can't Out-Diva Demi Lovato

She then went on to perform hits of her own.

Arguing his point, the funnyman said: "They didn't have Instagram - they just had sass, voice, songs".

The pop singer heard Corden telling his Late Late Show audience on Wednesday that divas from the age of Tina Turner and Cher are better than ones from today. In a bit of setup narrative, Lovato came out in response to the Brit's assertion that "Divas back then were just better than divas are today". "Wow, that was terrible, just really awful, bad", she fired back.

The 24-year-old crushed her first song, Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" and then mocked her competition for his rendition of Ike and Tina Turner's "River Deep". "Just really terrible. Bad".

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Before the two stars sang their hearts out, James taunted the "Body Say" songstress by saying, "I got hits from before you were born", to which Demi quipped, "I got hits that are my own".

"You know what you need, little lady?" So, he gave her some in the form of Aretha Franklin's signature tune.

Confident she'd won the battle, and in true diva fashion, she dropped the mic and then forced Corden to pick it up for her.

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