NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — James Corden’s “Carpool Karaoke” is going to Broadway.

On Monday, the “Late Late Show” host will be joined by “Hamilton” star Lin-Manuel Miranda for the newest installment of the hit sing-along segment — just in time for the 70th annual Tony Awards, which Corden is slated to host on June 12.

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Corden and Miranda will also be joined by fellow Broadway stars Jane Krakowski, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Audra McDonald — who were also nominated for Tonys this year.

Hamilton” grabbed a record-breaking 16 Tony Award nominations this year, making it one of the the biggest hauld in Broadway history and a big nod to show’s colossal fame.

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This newest installment is one of many in the wildly successful series. Big-name stars like Gwen Stefan, Adele, Jason Derulo, Iggy Azeala, Justin Beiber and even R&B legend Stevie Wonder have all stopped by for a musical car ride.

In March, Corden landed his own “Carpool Karaoke” hour-long prime time special, featuring Jennifer Lopez and highlighting some of the best performances throughout the past year.

You can catch “Carpool Karaoke” on “The Late Late Show With James Corden” weeknights on CBS.

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