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Linkin Park shares 'Carpool Karaoke' segment with late frontman Chester Bennington

13 October 2017

On the 27th October, the Russian-German producer is set to pick up the drumsticks once more, as he joins Linkin Park to celebrate the life of deceased band member, Chester Bennington.

In the short film Chester drives alongside comedian Ken Jeong while bandmates Mike Shinoda and Joe Hahn sing and dance in the backseat.

The actor responds: "It feels like a band already".

At one point between songs, Bennington tells Jeong: "This is probably the greatest day of my life, right now".

He was recorded driving around LA with his band mates signing along to several cracking tunes, including Outkast's Hey Ya, Under The Bridge by the Red Hot Chlli Peppers and some of Linkin Parks own hits Numb, In the End, and Talking to Myself. "This is so fun, this is the best". The group ends the trip on a bus where it offers covers of "Sweet Home Alabama" by Lynyrd Skynyrd and "I don't wanna miss a thing" by Aerosmith.

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In sharing the video on its Facebook page, the band pointed fans to the One Might Light Fund, which was established in Bennington's honour.

Bennington, who struggled with depression, committed suicide by hanging on 20 July this year.

Meanwhile, Ken Jeong tweeted that he was "in shock and heartbroken".

The Linkin Park frontman was married and had six children.

Linkin Park shares 'Carpool Karaoke' segment with late frontman Chester Bennington