It’s no secret late night host James Corden likes to sing (check is endless Carpool Karaoke clips), but what most people don’t think about is the fact CBS has to pay for the rights to sing those songs in the car in national TV.
To remedy that, earlier this week, Jennifer Hudson visited the “Late Late Show with James Corden” to jazz up some public domain songs, also known as songs they don’t have to pay to use. Those songs include your childhood favs “Skip to My Lou,” “Old Macdonald Had a Farm” and “London Bridge.”
At one point, Jennifer began singing the Disney film Frozen’s signature song “Let It Go,” but Corden stopped her in her tracks. “No, we do not let it go! We cannot do that! That is definitely not public domain, that is insanely expensive,” he said. They then took “If You’re Happy and You Know It” to church.
Watch their silly, late nighte performance below: