The singer's segment will appear on the August 25 episode of "The Late Late Show," a day before the release of Spears' ninth studio album, "Glory."
Spears is just the latest get for Corden's massively popular segment. The "Make Me" singer joins a lineup of previous guests that includes Justin Bieber, One Direction, Elton John, Jennifer Lopez, Stevie Wonder and Gwen Stefani.
A recent episode boasted an appearance by First Lady Michelle Obama, but the No. 1 most-watched late-night clip on YouTube is the segment that Corden did featuring Adele, which has racked up 119 million views in just six months.
The recurring routine has been so successful that Apple Music announced last month that it plans to launch its own 16-episode "Carpool Karaoke" series, executive produced by Corden and "Late Late Show" producer Ben Winston.
"The Late Late Show" recently received four Emmy nominations for its first season, including Outstanding Variety Talk Series.