The Late Late Show and recent Tony Awards host James Corden brought Les Misérables back to the streets of its setting with the latest entry of his Crosswalk the Musical series, performing numbers from the long-running West End and Broadway hit on a Parisian crosswalk.
Corden, a Tony winner for his performance in One Man, Two Guvnors, takes on a variety of roles during the presentation, including Monsieur Thérnardier, Jean Valjean, and Fantine. Together with his Crosswalk company of performers, he performs "Master of the House," "One Day More," "I Dreamed a Dream," and more.
The Crosswalk the Musical has also given the crosswalk treatment to Aladdin with the recent live action film adaptation's stars and The Sound of Music with Allison Janey.
Never one to pass up a musical moment, Corden also recently performed a Whitney Houston parody as an ode to Jake Gyllenhaal while in Europe.