James Corden is just days away from hosting the 70th Tony Awards, so it was only fitting that he hit The Great White Way for Monday night's installment of Carpool Karaoke on "The Late Late Show."
Of course, he wasn't alone. Joining him in the fast lane were a few big Broadway names with even bigger voices — Audra McDonald, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Jane Krakowski and "Hamilton's" main man Lin-Manuel Miranda.
The trip kicked off with the opening number from Miranda's smash show, which gave Corden the chance to lay down some rapid "Hamilton" rhymes. But when the rest of the talent hitched a ride, they changed their tune — a couple of times!
Just two notes into Rent's iconic anthem "Seasons of Love," and the whole group let out an "awwww" in unison before really belting out the beloved song.
In between the show tunes, Corden turned to Ferguson and Krakowski, both of whom juggle hit TV shows ("Modern Family" and "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmit" respectively) with their stage duties, and asked "Which do you prefer: theater or money?"
After the laughs died down, they picked the stage. But what else could they say in that company?
Actually, the carpool gang's showstopper — a hand-gesture-filled, glory-note-packed sing-off of "One Day More" from "Les Miserables" — made Broadway seem like the easy winner.
As for the Tony winners, they'll be revealed Sunday night.
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