Hugh Jackman and Zac Efron take Broadway to the streets of New York

The Late Late Show with James Corden brought one of their best segments, "Crosswalk the Musical" to the streets of New York City. While host James Corden is notorious for doing this segment near his studio in Los Angeles, the streets of New York are a whole different ball game. So, to assist him with the big feat, Corden enlisted fellow musical pros, and The Greatest Showman stars, Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron and Zendaya. The group risked their lives as they took to the busy, tourist and taxi cab congested, streets to perform a few different musicals, like On the Town and Guys and Dolls, each time putting on an entire production in the crosswalk, in the seconds they were given. Once the light turned red, the group booked it out of the street and onto the sidewalk. They also performed a song from their new film The Greatest Showman, in which Corden hilariously dressed up as "The Bearded Woman." And when it came to the big finale, the group held nothing back as they performed the most epic version of Fame we have ever seen.

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