Jackman is not amused that James keeps calling him "Huge."
The very amenable cast of the P.T. Barnum musical drama The Greatest Showman graciously agreed to participate in the latest edition of "Crosswalk: The Musical" with James Corden on Thursday night (Dec. 14). But suffice it to say that Zendaya, Zac Efron and Barnum himself, Hugh Jackman, weren't too pleased with the Late Late Show host's diva-like displays as they tried to dodge traffic while singing show tunes on New York's streets.
Jackman, a song and dance man with a bit of experience on the Great White Way, was more than willing to share some of his ideas with Corden, who inexplicably kept referring to the actor as "Huge." A confused Zendaya compared Corden's combative directing style -- which included throwing random objects at the dancers and making them run around like chickens -- to Dance Moms, and not in a good way.