James Corden & Neil Patrick Harris Deliver the Worst Singing Telegrams Ever on 'Late Late Show': Watch


Suit up! James Corden and outdated pal Neil Patrick Harris had been on a mission to get the band again collectively and hit the street to ship customized singing telegrams round Los Angeles on Tuesday night time's (Sept. 25) Late Late Show. Wearing matching purple velvet tuxedos and black ties, the duo began in a car parking zone earlier than hopping into their singing-telegram-service van. "Are you positive you need to do that?" Corden requested his longtime pal. "I've been ready for this for a very long time, James," Harris assured him.    

The within the van — crammed with disco balls, plush animals and seaside balls — gave a touch at how the day would possibly go. The two started their off-Broadway journey at a boxing studio, singing to a married couple who had been celebrating their 19th anniversary.   


"You married again in '99 and also you're nonetheless collectively/ Today's the day to rejoice/ You know what we imply/ anniversary, anniversary, its your 19th anniversary" the 2 hilariously sang to the tune of Oli Newton John's 1981 traditional "Let's Get Physical."    

"We nonetheless bought it!" Corden raved as soon as they hopped again within the van. The duo's second cease was a nail/waxing salon, the place they had been booked to rejoice an worker's birthday. Cracking out Elton John's "Tiny Dancer," the dynamic duo awkwardly made it over as "Tiny Waxer," solely to discover out it really wasn't the lady's birthday.    

Bummed out and pissed off, the pair started to bicker as they headed to their remaining gig of the day — a cat shelter, to sing to a girl who simply adopted her first kitten. Reluctantly sporting cat ears and tails, the pair went for the apparent, a reworked "Memories" from the Broadway musical Cats, which introduced them again collectively over their mutual disdain for felines.

Watch Corden and Harris' "Singing Telegrams" sketch under.