Josh Gad appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden last night to promote The Comedians, his new show with Billy Crystal, but the show could not resist celebrating Gad’s most famous role: Olaf in Frozen. Rather than a passing reference here and there, the opening monologue was just one big Frozen medley (“Can I help you host the show, man?“) and it was a warm hug of a delight.
This is hardly Corden’s first time busting out his musical chops. He and Dizzee Rascal had a single at the top of the UK charts, “Shout” in honor of 2010 FIFA World Cup. Honestly, this could have only been better if they’d included some Book of Mormon, but that probably would have gotten a few bleeps.
Gad reveals who he wants for the Frozen sequel.