James Corden challenged Adam Lambert to a front man battle Thursday night on "The Late Late Show" to see who would be a better singer for Queen.
"In my head growing up I thought that I would always make a great frontman for Queen," the late night host explained to his audience.
The rivals were then joined by Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor to perform a number of Queen songs.
First Lambert sang "We Will Rock You," which Corden referred to as "amateur hour" before launching into a performance of "Don't Stop Me Now."
"Look at [May's] face, he knows he made a mistake," Corden joked after performing.
Once the former "American Idol" finalist unleashed "Another One Bites the Dust" however, the comedian admitted defeat.
"Okay, okay, you're a better frontman than me," Corden said before performing a "Somebody to Love" duet with Lambert
Queen + Adam Lambert, will begin hitting the road starting June 23 at the Gila River Arena in Phoenix before wrapping things up at the Toyota Center in Houston on August 5.