The episdoe was filmed less than a week before the suicide of the band's frontman, Chester Bennington.
One of the best ways to heal the pain of losing someone you love is by remembering the moments you shared together, when you smiled, laughed, cried or just acted ridiculous.
And though Linkin Park fans and Chester Bennington's family are likely still in the throes of anguish over his death in July, a small ray of light arrived on Thursday (Oct. 12) in the form of the Apple Music: Carpool Karaoke segment the late LP singer filmed with his band less than a week before his July 20 suicide.
The 23-minute episode went up on the band's official Facebook page Thursday morning, and it opens with Bennington laughing and smiling from behind the driver's seat, as actor/comedian Ken Jeong raves about how excited he is to be sharing the fast lane with the band. "My humble pitch is just I can join the group... maybe? Maybe?," Jeong says as Bennington laughs at the Dr. Ken star's suggestion they change the name to Linken Park. "Nice, so you just come in and you take over the band? I love it!" Bennington says.