Linkin Park singer in posthumous Carpool Karaoke show

Linkin Park singer in posthumous Carpool Karaoke show

Linkin Park's Carpool Karaoke has been released in the memory of the band's late frontman, Chester Bennington.

Whether or not the episode would air would be the choice of the late singer's family, Corden said after Bennington's death, which was the result of an apparent suicide on July 20. He's laughing, smiling and having fun singing with the group.

The bittersweet episode, which was taped a week before 41-year-old Bennington committed suicide, opens with Jeong getting into the front seat of the auto and asking if he can join the rock band.

The now late Linkin Park superstar seemed to be just fine in the video as he sang alongside his friends.

At one point, Bennington tells Jeong, "this is probably the greatest day of my life".

The band is now streaming the episode, which is dedicated to Bennington, on their Facebook page.

"One of my kids loves sports". The episode was filmed a week before Bennington's death. They also tackle Outkast's "Hey Ya", Red Hot Chili Peppers' "Under the Bridge", and Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Sweet Home Alabama".

Bennington is survived by wife Talinda and six children: Jaime, Isiah, Draven Sebastian, Tyler Lee, and twin daughters Lily, and Lila.

Chester Bennington, pictured performing during KOMP'S Totally Politically Correct Holiday Bash at The Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on December 15, 2013 in Las Vegas, appeared in good spirits just days before his death, filming "Carpool Karaoke" with his Linkin Park bandmates.

The sold-out tribute concert will take place on October 27 at Hollywood Bowl in California.

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