James Corden travelled to the Big Apple and swung via Broadway to pick up his latest Carpool Karaoke guests, just in time for the Tony Awards.
The Late Late Show host, who happens to be hosting the 70th annual Tony Awards this weekend, first scooped up Hamilton creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda for a musical theatre-themed edition of his popular skit.
The pair busted out a couple of verses of the opening number of Miranda's hit musical, before being joined by a few extra big-name guests.
Enter 30 Rock alum Jane Krakowski, six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald and Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson, who all happily piled into the back of Corden's SUV for one of the best singalongs in Carpool Karaoke history.
The fivesome nailed Can't Take My Eyes Off You from Jersey Boys, Seasons of Love from Rent and a rendition of One Day More from Les Miserables that leaves Russell Crowe and Hugh Jackman for dead.
Miranda is up for four of the record-breaking 16 Tony nominations given to Hamilton this year.
This week, it was reported the star would be leaving the sold-out production in July, one year after it opened, more than doubling the price of the already sky-high ticket prices on resale sites.
The hip-hop musical will head to the UK in 2017 and Australia after that.