By Brian Ives, Radio.com

The power and influence of Frozen is wide and far-reaching. Besides making mind-blowing amounts of money at the box-office, via the soundtrack, video games, books and toys, it also can apparently help you bum-rush a late night show monologue.

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At least, if you’re the voice of Olaf the snowman.

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Last night (April 8), Josh Gad, was determined to join in James Corden‘s monologue on The Late Late Show, and sang his way into the role.

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When Corden announced that Gad was a guest, the camera cut to his dressing room, where he was nowhere to be found. Instead, Gad was sitting in the audience, and confessed to the host that he always wanted to have his own talk show.

But really, he just wanted to be part of  Corden’s monologue.

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