If the now-viral children’s “Baby Shark” song hasn’t been stuck in your head for days on end, consider yourself lucky. Recently on The Late Late Show With James Corden, the show’s host, along with some celeb friends, gave this loved-by-tots tune a grown-up update. Read on for the full hilarity.
Corden, dressed in a tux and seated behind a piano, sipped a martini as he crooned his very own version of “Baby Shark” after asking, “Why should this song just be for kids?” He followed that with, “That’s right mummies and daddies. Tonight we’ll be performing for you the definitive version of the hit song ‘Baby Shark.'”
After a few rounds of, “Baby Shark, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo,” Corden was joined by “mummy shark.” Enter Sophie Turner—who you likely recognize from her starring role as Sansa Stark on Game of Thrones and the new face of Jean Grey in the upcoming Dark Phoenix film. But the fun didn’t end there.
After Corden and Turner sang their “mommy and baby shark” duet for a few moments, the actress turned to the host and asked, “Hey baby shark, where’s our daddy shark?” Superstar singer Josh Groban let loose with an over-the-top vocal version of the children’s song—flanked by dancers wearing shark hats.
But wait. It gets better. Before the the song ends, a choir floods the stage and everyone obliges Corden when he says, “I want to see those shark hands people,” making this rendition absolutely everything.
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