Bad Bunny Reveals the Hilarious Reason He Almost Missed His Grammys Performance

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James Corden is back with a new installment of "Carpool Karaoke," and this time Bad Bunny is warming up the passenger seat. During the 29-year-old superstar's appearance on "The Late Late Show With James Corden" on Tuesday, Bad Bunny talked about everything from the meaning behind his stage name to the reason he almost missed his opening number at the Grammys this year.

"You know what happened? The LA traffic," Bad Bunny told Corden. "I was sweating. Two minutes from the [] Arena, I was very, very nervous, very anxious, because, yes, I was the opening act."

So what was Bad Bunny doing before the show? Turns out, he was getting his workout on. "The rehearsal was at 9 a.m. The Grammys [at] 5 p.m. What am I supposed to do the whole day?" Bad Bunny explained. "I thought that — I say, 'I have time to go to my home, working out, take a shower, and go back, and everything's going to be alright.'"

He added: "I think I learned a big lesson." The show ultimately went off without a hitch.

During "Carpool Karaoke," Bad Bunny sang some of his biggest hits, including "I Like It" and "Tití Me Preguntó," as well as Harry Styles's "As It Was" and Ariana Grande and Zedd's "Break Free," one of his personal favorites. He also got into the wrestling ring with Corden and WWE superstar Rey Mysterio to teach the late-night host some moves following Bad Bunny's recent stint as a WWE 24/7 Champion. For the most part, Bad Bunny was an open book — however, he did not address the recent rumors about his relationship with Kendall Jenner.