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Peter Kay can’t help but burst into song in this exciting first look at the unscripted Car Share special.
The comedian said he wanted to try "something special" for the unique episode of his BBC sitcom.
In the first trailer for the episode, the comedian and co-star Sian Gibson sing The Buzzcocks’ song Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve).
In the voiceover, Sian says: "Car Share is back, but not as you know it."
And Peter adds: "We decided to try something special. What would it be like if we filmed a whole journey without a script, just making it up and basically seeing what happened?"
The clip also shows Sian’s character Kayleigh attempting an impression of singer Heather Small.
Peter, as John, says she sounds more like Miss Piggy.
The show will finally return to television after the second series of the Bafta-winning show ended on an emotional cliffhanger last year as John failed to reciprocate the advances of his car share colleague Kayleigh.
Viewers were dismayed when he said there were no plans to pen a further series.
But the comic later announced special episodes – a finale to reveal what happens next for the pair and the improvised episode.
The comic shocked fans earlier this month when he took to the stage at a charity screening of the final two episodes of his BBC sitcom.
And with the TV air date a month away, he made sure the people in attendance knew they were being let in on a little secret.
In a video captured by a fan, Peter can be seen begging the audience not to tell anyone how the show ends.
He said: "Thank you very much for supporting the Lily Foundation raising money for mitochondrial disease. Very kind of you. I appreciate it. Enjoy the last ever episode of Car Share.
"Don’t tell anyone the end. Or tell anyone about any hedgehogs."
Since the screening at Blackpool Opera House, fans have been hoping the comic will announce a new tour.
The 44-year-old funnyman was set to tour for the first time in eight years, but scrapped all dates of his Peter Kay Live Arena Tour, citing "unforeseen family circumstances".
Peter told the 2,900-strong crowd at the screening: "What we’ve done is something a little bit different.
"We used to drive around quite a bit and we just wanted to see what would happen if we filmed a whole journey without a script, just making it up."
* Peter Kay’s Car Share Unscripted will air on BBC One on May 7.
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