As previously reported, the segment for the show was filmed just days before Linkin Park frontman Chester Benningtoncommitted suicide earlier this year. They then bring in music from other artists, like "Under the Bridge" by Red Hot Chili Peppers, "Sweet Home Alabama" by Lynyrd Skynyrd, and "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" by Aerosmith. Jeong revived his character Leslie Chow from the "Hangover" series while singing "In the End", and Bennington gave him a lesson in "scringing", a portmanteau of "screaming" and "singing" referencing his trademark style of harsh vocals.
The episode, in which the band and the "Dr. Ken" star drive around and sing along to everything from Outkast's "Hey Ya" to the rock band's own "Numb", is a spinoff of the popular bit from James Corden's "Late Late Show".
Bennington also revealed his future hopes for his six children during the taping, admitting that whether his kids wanted to be musicians or anything else, he wanted them to follow their passions when it came to their future career plans. "Lily is curious, like, 'Daddy how do you write songs?" The cause of death was established by the L.A. County Coroner's office to be suicide by hanging.
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