Josh Gad was on a mission to win a co-host seat with James Corden on The Late Late Show and though you can win more flies with honey, Gad tried insults instead, but to the tune of Beauty and the Beast's "Little Town," Gad sang,"James, your jokes they're a little tired. Monologues really ain't your niche. They're so tired. Viewers watch your program just to fall asleep."
Surprisingly, Gad's insults and his impressive resume held no clout with Corden, saying, "Just because you come up here and sing songs from a movie about dancing cutlery doesn't mean I'm going to let you come down here and ruin my show."
With Gad's hosting dreams now dashed, Corden had to convince a rejected Gad to do what he’d originally been booked for. Taking the iconic Disney "Be My Guest" song, Corden wooed Gad back through song and though Gad's heartbreak was mended what he really wanted was more glitz and glamour, so Corden gave him the show stopping number he deserved.