CULTURE & ARTS

Lin-Manuel Miranda's 'Carpool Karaoke' Should Score Him A Hamil-Tony

If only we were in the carpool where it happened.

James Corden is not throwing away his shot to be the best host in Tony Awards history.

In preparation for Sunday's ceremony, the late-night host traveled to the Big Apple to gather a bunch of Broadway faves, including "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, for a musical-theater-themed edition of “Carpool Karaoke.”

After spitting a few verses of the opening number of "Hamilton" -- quite impressively -- Corden picks up some Broadway legends. Enter Jane Krakowski, Audra McDonald and Jesse Tyler Ferguson, who happily pile into his SUV for a sing-along that'll leave you feeling more than satisfied. 

The five-some go full-tilt Theater Queen with renditions of Broadway standards including "Seasons of Love" from "Rent" and "Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You" from "Jersey Boys."

But could any group of singers ever top this carpool's fully committed performance of "One Day More"? To answer that question, we'd probably need to actually score tickets to "Hamilton," but we're honestly just glad Russell Crowe isn't singing.

Can you say tres misérables?  

Watch all the Broadway goodness above. 

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