Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles Sing an Ode to the Tony Awards Before Their Hosting Stint

Tony Awards   Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles Sing an Ode to the Tony Awards Before Their Hosting Stint
 
Catch the two take the Radio City Music Hall Stage June 10.

Before emceeing the 2018 Tony Awards June 10, Tony nominees Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban stopped by The Late Show to offer Stephen Colbert and his audience a taste of what’s in store. Watch above as the two perform "Tony Awards: The Musical," an ode to the Broadway season—a season in which all four Best Musical nominees are based on films or TV series.

“It’s not your year if you are some pretentious theatre snob,” Groban crones before Bareilles chimes in, “’Cause we’ve got Mean Girls, Frozen, and a little sponge named Bob.” Bareilles herself is Tony-nominated this season as part of the all-star composing team of said SpongeBob SquarePants.

HOW TO WATCH (OR STREAM) THE 2018 TONY AWARDS

The two also revealed a way for fans to be a part of the ceremony through their #TonyDreaming campaign; watch the clip above to find out how you can be featured on the CBS broadcast.

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