James Corden invited Beauty and the Beast stars, Dan Stevens, Josh Gad, and Luke Evans, on The Late Late Show for a crosswalk performance of the Disney classic. James and the cast headed outside the CBS Television City studios onto the corner of Beverly Blvd. and N. Genesee Ave. to put on mini performances in the crosswalk during red lights.
James was a real beauty as he came out first, as Belle, singing, "There goes the baker with his tray, like always, the same old bread and rolls to sell, every morning just the same since morning that we came to this poor provincial town." The cast was able to avoid jaywalking tickets by running off "stage" as the light turned green, and then headed back out for a another performance at the next red light.
Josh Gad and Luke Evans went out together to sing Gaston's song, and Dan Stevens and James went out to sing "Beauty and the Beast." The two finished the song and almost locked lips before they had to run off thanks to the light turning green.
Josh Gad was particularly excited because, while he plays LeFou in the movie, he got to play Lumiére in the crosswalk. Josh said, "I didn't get to play this part in the movie and I'm actually kind of glad. Because who wants to do it in front of millions of people in a film when you can do it in front of half-a-dozen Lyft and Uber drivers here."