James Corden takes “Crosswalk the Musical” to Paris in his newest “Late Late Present” skit.
Corden places his personal spin on “Les Misérables”, with the talk-show host first donning a beret, a horizontally-striped shirt whereas driving across the metropolis on a motorcycle with baguettes within the entrance.
“Not lots of people know this, it’s really very progressive,” Corden explains of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical. “‘Les Misérables’ is French for unhappy lesbians.”
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Because the group then wander the streets belting out a few of the basic hits whereas folks look confused from their automobiles, Corden explains how he’s a “technique actor” earlier than taking over the function of Fantine.
The British star insists, “I’m a technique actor, all people is aware of that. After I tackle a job, I wish to reside the half, breathe the half, develop into the half. So when taking over the function of Fantine, a French prostitute, I can inform you proper now, I made no exception.”
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As one among their songs is then interrupted by a fireplace truck, Corden says: “A lot for French manners. I imply, I get it, if a constructing’s on hearth, you’ve gotta get there. But when a present is on hearth, don’t put that out within the course of.”