Watch: Audra McDonald Joins "The Late Late Show"'s James Corden, Dan Stevens for Inappropriate Musicals

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Audra McDonald was a guest on The Late Late Show with James Corden on CBS. She joined Corden and Dan Stevens for a few very special performances of inappropriate musicals. "Many of Broadway's biggest hit musicals have been based on movies," says Corden. "But there are so many more great movie possibilities. So tonight, we proudly present scenes from a trio of exciting screen-to-stage adaptations." Watch the performances here.

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Audra McDonald was a guest on The Late Late Show with James Corden on CBS last night. She joined Corden and Dan Stevens (with whom she starred in the 2017 film Beauty and the Beast) for a few very special performances of inappropriate musicals.

"Many of Broadway's biggest hit musicals have been based on movies," says Corden. "But there are so many more great movie possibilities. So tonight, we proudly present scenes from a trio of exciting screen-to-stage adaptations."

You can watch the performances below and see the full episode, including couch time for McDonald with Corden and Billy Eichner to discuss Barbra Streisand, dog-cloning, her work on The Good Fight, and Eichner's new organization, Glam Up the Midterms, at cbs.com.

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Audra McDonald: "The Late Late Show with James Corden," May 2018
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    Watch: Audra McDonald Joins "The Late Late Show"'s James Corden, Dan Stevens for Inappropriate Musicals
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    Audra McDonald was a guest on The Late Late Show with James Corden on CBS last night. She joined Corden and Dan Stevens (with whom she starred in the 2017 film Beauty and the Beast) for a few very special performances of inappropriate musicals.

    "Many of Broadway's biggest hit musicals have been based on movies," says Corden. "But there are so many more great movie possibilities. So tonight, we proudly present scenes from a trio of exciting screen-to-stage adaptations."

    You can watch the performances below and see the full episode, including couch time for McDonald with Corden and Billy Eichner to discuss Barbra Streisand, dog-cloning, her work on The Good Fight, and Eichner's new organization, Glam Up the Midterms, at cbs.com.

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