Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington appeared to be in good spirits in the days leading up to his suicide, if his group’s episode of “Carpool Karaoke” is any indication.Linkin Park posted the episode on its Facebook page Thursday, showcasing an upbeat Bennington goofing around with his bandmates and actor/apparent Linkin Park superfan Ken Jeong.In the episode, which was released with the blessing of Bennington’s family and bandmates, and was taped July 14, just days before Bennington’s death, Jeong and Linkin Park belt out tunes like OutKast’s “Hey Ya!” and Linkin Park’s own “Numb,” while Jeong lobbies to join the band.
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