Chester Bennington’s ‘Carpool Karaoke’ Episode May Not Be Shown
Chester Bennington's legacy still lives on. In spite of his apparent suicide, many fans clamor to see their idol alive for the very last time. His latest appearance on "Carpool Karaoke" could have been one of those moments to see him full of life and having fun.
Unfortunately, this may no longer be the case. The airing of Bennington's episode in James Corden's show may not air because of his family.
The host of "Carpool Karaoke," James Corden said they plan to approach the episode depending on how his family plans to handle it as reported by Rolling Stone. The airing has to wait until the final decision of his family happens.
Corden continued by saying that it will never be their decision to make the next move. The entire cast and crew plan to navigate such issue the most delicate way as possible.
As added by Alternative Press, Talinda Bennington, wife of Chester shared a statement of gratitude for considering their decision first before airing the episode. The show "Carpool Karaoke" features episodes of celebrities having fun.
Chester Bennington is a rock legend. His episode in "Carpool Karaoke" solidifies his place in the music industry. However, Talinda Bennington is in full control if she wants viewers to see such moment or not.
Chester Bennington And His Rock Legacy
Chester Bennington was the lead vocalist of the band Linkin Park. The band rose to fame with its first album, "Hybrid Theory," which instantly skyrocketed through the charts. The band's succeeding albums did relatively well too.
Linkin Park's genre is, of course, rock music. Even if science said that men are more likely to commit mistakes in decision making when listening to rock, they are still big fans. The music of Linkin Park is real and raw. It showcased the emotions of just about anyone. It is highly relatable. Whether the "Carpool Karaoke" episode airs or not, Chester Bennington's legacy comes in the highest esteem.
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