James Corden teamed up with Anna Kendrick and Billy Eichner to create a musical that covers a lifetime in five minutes on “The Late Late Show.”

“Now life moves pretty fast, and if you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it,” Corden begins, as he introduces the sketch to his audience, quoting “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” “We’ve got 14 songs, 10 sets, one take and zero pressure.”

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The skit is a series of covers that chronicles the life of a woman, played by Kendrick, as she goes from being born to her own maternity, with each part of her life being represented by a song.

Her life begins with Salt-N-Pepa’s “Push It,” and she goes through childhood and adolescence to a great number of covers, with Eichner as the girl’s dad and Corden as her love interest.

The girl goes from graduate to working woman, gets married and has a child of her own. Corden and Eichner back her up singing, and they all do a phenomenal job.

Kendrick’s got chops.

Stephen Fasulo About the author:
Stephen Fasulo is a student at the Catholic University of America where he is working on his B.A in English. He is from Hollis Center, Maine.
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