Tituss Burgess and John Stamos Sing "Kiss the Girl" With James Corden
The 'Late Late Show' host and his two guests performed a rendition of the 'Little Mermaid' song.
John Stamos convinced Tituss Burgess to sing Sebastian's love tune "Kiss the Girl" from Disney's The Little Mermaid while the two visited James Corden on Monday.
First, Stamos and Burgess were asked about which destination they would avoid if they had the ability to fly, which Corden turned into where would they go? Corden awkwardly offered up the "bedroom window of my old English teacher," saying he wanted to go "just to see if what I played in my mind as a 15-year-old boy is actually true.”
Burgess' answer was timely, bringing up Beyonce and Jay Z. He said, "I'd fly right to the Carters kitchen and try some of that lemonade."
Stamos said he wanted to go to the Beach Boys' Kokomo location, but he changed the conversation to talk about his and Burgess' voices. "You have a high voice, I have a very low voice," said Stamos, before asking the crowd if they want to hear something from The Little Mermaid.
The three men snapped their fingers and happily obliged with a lovely rendition of "Kiss the Girl."