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James Corden and Will Smith stopped traffic on Monday in Los Angeles, where they treated drivers to a free performance of “Aladdin,” as part of the late-night host’s “Crosswalk the Musical” segment.
Joined by co-stars Mena Massoud and Naomi Scott, who play Aladdin and Jasmine in the upcoming live-action reboot of the film, Smith brought his Genie character to life, as Corden stepped into the role of Aladdin’s monkey sidekick, Abu.
The performance, which took place a short distance from Corden’s “Late Late Show” set, featured intricate costumes, props, impressive dance breaks, and a flying carpet — possibly indicating songs like “Prince Ali” and “A Whole New World” will be included in the TV segment.
The group took a bow together at the end of their set, which has yet to air on the “Late Late Show,” as flowers were thrown at Smith’s feet.
“Aladdin” opens in theaters on Friday.
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