The Stranger Things demogorgon used the power of song to terrorize The Late Late Show on Tuesday.
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James Corden inhabited the role of the aforementioned Upside Down overlord as part of a star-studded musical parody. Joining him was Good Wife alum Alan Cumming, who channeled Winona Ryder as distraught mom Joyce, and Modern Family‘s Jesse Tyler Ferguson as Chief Hopper.
Corden’s latest round of “Inappropriate Musicals” also lampooned Breaking Bad (with Cumming as a jazzy Walter White) and Game of Thrones (with Ferguson losing his head in the role of Ned Stark).
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Watch the clip above (the Stranger Things musical begins at the 4:06 mark), then drop a note in the comments.
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