This is just too enjoyable. ‘Frozen’ star Josh Gad recently dropped by ‘The Late Late Show’ and he gave James Corden some sung-through advice as to how he should step up his hosting game!
Okay, well if Josh Gad isn’t going to move on from Frozen yet, then neither are we! The voice of Olaf (who probably does other things too) dropped by The Late Late Show on Apr. 8 to promote his new series The Comedians. However, before taking a seat for a traditional interview, Josh gave new host James Corden a helping hand with hosting– and he, obviously, gave his assistance the Frozen treatment. Trust us, you want to watch this one!
Josh Gad & James Corden’s ‘Frozen’ Medley
Admit it, you’re still asking strangers on the street if they wanna build a snowman.
It’s fine! Josh Gad is clearly still as obsessed with the Frozen soundtrack as the rest of us, so much so that he and James Corden reinterpreted four of the film’s signature songs to apply to James’ new late night gig!
We begin, obviously, with Olaf’s signature song from the film, “In Summer.” A sample lyric includes, “I would be the happiest person on TV with millions of people watching me in late night.”
Next up, “Do You Wanna Build a Snowman,” only this time the question at hand is, “can I help you host the show man?”
James Corden Is A ‘Fixer Upper’
The shenanigans (thankfully) don’t stop there! We then move onto “Fixer Upper,” which is somewhat self explanatory regarding the current status of the show, followed by a topical interpretation of “For the First Time in Forever.”
The very prescient lyrics include, “Hilary Clinton said today, she’s sorry she threw those emails away, it’s just she’s in the liberal delete,” and “Ted Cruz has seen his numbers swell, polling suggests he’s doing well, among those people he has yet to meet.”
So great– and bonus points for not including “Let It Go” in the medley!
What do you think of James and Josh’s Frozen redo? Are you still singing that freaking soundtrack?
— Casey Mink