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James Corden is joined by a host of Broadway stars to celebrate Trump’s last day in office

James Corden is joined by a host of Broadway stars to celebrate Trump’s last day in office in reworking of Les Misérables’ song One Day More for The Late Late Show

James Corden celebrated the end of Trump’s presidency on Tuesday night with a new musical sketch on The Late Late Show.

The British funnyman enlisted some Broadway friends to star in a reworking of the classic Les Misérables song One Day More.

The revamped lyrics marked Trump’s final day in the White House, with past and present cast members of Les Misérables including  Matt Lucas and Pattie LuPone taking part.

He’s going: James Corden celebrated the end of Trump’s presidency on Tuesday night with a new musical sketch on The Late Late Show

The opening of the sketch saw Corden entering his office, joyfully singing: ‘One day more/The final day of Trump as President.’

‘The White House has a brand new resident/It’s been four years of endless crimes/But now he’s finally out of time.’ 

Musical theatre actors Chris Weller, Racehel Yonda, Amy Lee-Suits and Rob Engalla, are then seen on TV screens as anxious news anchors, concerned the president will not go quietly before Joe Biden’s inauguration.

‘What a year this month has been/We’ll be in the parking lot/At Four Seasons Landscaping,’ they sing, referring to the infamous press conference mixup at the Four Seasons Total Landscaping rather than the Four Seasons hotel. 

One day more: The British funnyman enlisted Broadway friends to star in a reworking of the Les Mis song One Day More with revamped lyrics marking Trump's final day in the White House

One day more: The British funnyman enlisted Broadway friends to star in a reworking of the Les Mis song One Day More with revamped lyrics marking Trump’s final day in the White House

As Corden is seen clearing his office of Trump magazines and paperwork, he belts out: ‘No more days of angry tweets, cause it’s time he’s gone for good. 

‘Cuz this time he’s banned for good)/ Ship him off to Mar-a-Lago (Do they even want him there?)/ Biden better change the sheets (Maybe throw away the bed)/ Will you change the locks with me?’ 

Pattie LuPone and Matt Lucas are then seen dressed as MAGA supporters and singing about gun rights and not wearing face masks, including the lyrics:

Sing it: Musical theatre actors Chris Weller, Racehel Yonda, Amy Lee-Suits and Rob Engalla, are seen on TV screens as anxious news anchors

MAGA: Les Mis stars Pattie LuPone and Matt Lucas star as MAGA supporters and sing about gun rights and not wearing face masks

MAGA: Les Mis stars Pattie LuPone and Matt Lucas star as MAGA supporters and sing about gun rights and not wearing face masks

Savage: 'Ship him off to Mar-a-Lago (Do they even want him there?)/ Biden better change the sheets (Maybe throw away the bed)' are some of the other lyrics

Savage: ‘Ship him off to Mar-a-Lago (Do they even want him there?)/ Biden better change the sheets (Maybe throw away the bed)’ are some of the other lyrics

‘We won’t wear a mask/ That’s our given right/ At your Trader Joe’s/ We’ll start a viral fight/ Don’t you take our guns/ We protect the peace/ If you call us Karens/ We’ll just call police.’ 

The musical concludes with Corden and his ensemble singing: ‘Tomorrow we’ll discover what Joe Biden has in store/ No more Trump/ One more day/ One day more.’

The video ends by revealing that a donation was made to Broadway Cares as thanks to the actors who participated in the video, reminding viewers of the struggles the theatre community has faced during the global pandemic. 

New president: The musical concludes with Corden and his ensemble singing: ‘Tomorrow we’ll discover what Joe Biden has in store/ No more Trump/ One more day/ One day more’

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