Adele and James Corden
Adele is the latest singer to sit in James Corden's passenger seat for Carpool KaraokeYouTube

Adele impressed fans with her rap skills when she belted out her rendition of Nicki Minaj's Monster verse during her Carpool Karaoke on The Late Late Show With James Corden – and it looks like the British powerhouse won over the rap queen herself. Minaj has since taken to social media to applaud the Hello hitmaker's sterling effort.

In a post on Instagram the Young Money star wrote: "Pull thru, QUEEN!!!!! #Adele #Monster the attitude & fingers to match. #Oh #Ok #IcoNic I cried when she waved bye to the careers #Hello #BuhBye (sic)"

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Nicki Minaj was impressed with Adele's rendition of MonsterREUTERS/Brendan McDermid

She also tweeted a response to the performance, telling her 20.4m followers: "Adele is mad ratchet. I can't take her #UK #WutsGood."

Before nailing the notoriously difficult verse from Kanye West's 2010 hit, Adele opened up about her obsession with the Spice Girls and how the group influenced her career. "This isn't a p*sstake, this was genuinely a really big thing," she told Corden. "It was a huge moment in my life when they came out".

The Grammy winner added that her first experience of heartbreak was when Geri left the band in 1998: "It was girl power and there were these five ordinary girls who just did so well. It was a really important time in my life, that." Following the trip down memory lane, the pair launched into a duet of Spice Girls' 1996 megahit Wannabe.

Elsewhere in the skit, she sang her hits Hello, Rolling In The Deep, Someone Like You and All I Ask. Adele is the latest musician to join Corden for a Carpool Karaoke with Jennifer Hudson, One Direction and Stevie Wonder among those to have appeared in the car ride.

Watch Adele's Carpool Karaoke here: