Tituss Burgess and John Stamos Sing The Little Mermaid’s “Kiss the Girl” on The Late Late Show

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Grandfathered star John Stamos and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt‘s Tituss Burgess were both guests on The Late Late Show With James Corden last night. While both actors were a ton of fun throughout the whole show, it wasn’t until near the end of the episode that the best moment really happened, as Stamos and Burgess teamed up for a duet of “Kiss the Girl” from Disney’s The Little Mermaid.

So how did this whole duet come to be? Well, we can thank Reggie Watts, leader of the Late Late Show‘s band, for it, as his question to both John Stamos and Tituss Burgess helped lead to the song.

As you can see in the video below, Watts asked the two actors which place they would avoid if they had the ability to fly thousands of feet up in the air. After Stamos made a joke about avoiding Watts’ hair, the conversation quickly changed to where he, Burgess, and James Corden would want to fly to, and Stamos said Kokomo before beginning to sing actual Beach Boys song of the same name.

After Stamos started singing, he quickly turned to Burgess and asked him if he has a high voice. Even though the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt actor seemed hesitant at first, it wasn’t long until he, Stamos, and Corden as well were singing the famous Little Mermaid tune.

Watch John Stamos, Tituss Burgess, and James Corden sing “Kiss the Girl” below:

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