Tituss Burgess Sings ‘Kiss the Girl’ Featuring John Stamos on ‘The Late Late Show With James Corden’

By Chika Dunu, Epoch Times
May 3, 2016 Updated: May 3, 2016

Actors Tituss Burgess and John Stamos appeared on “The Late Late Show With James Corden” on May 2, where they were asked by band leader Reggie Watts: “if you could fly anywhere in the world, where would you go?”

Burgess stated he’d visit Beyonce and Jay Z’s home and “try some of that lemonade.”

“The bedroom window of my old English teacher,” said Corden. “Just see if what I play in my mind as a 15-year-old boy was actually true.”

Stamos said he’d visit “Kokomo—” before he continued to sing the lyrics to the Beach Boys’ major hit song, “Kokomo.”

“Aruba, Jamaica, oh I wanna take ya – Bermuda, Bahamas …,”  sang the 52-year-old Full House star. 

It was then he urged Tituss Burgess to sing a tune from the Disney film, “The Little Mermaid.”

Burgess initially declined but with the support and applause from the audience, decided to sing, “Kiss the Girl.” 

The “Unbreakable Kelly Schmidt” actor performed his own rendition of the Disney tune as Corden and Stamos sang background.

“Beautiful!” exclaimed 37-year-old Corden as the crowd cheered loudly.

Watch the clip above.

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