JAMES Corden embraced his middle Mary Poppins as he took over the streets of London to sing songs from the famous film.
Dressed in a frilly white dress with red ribbon, identical to that done famous by Julie Andrews in the hit 1964 movie, the comedian stepped out in front of bustling traffic to film a blueprint for the Late Late Show.
He also wore Mary’s famous blue dress as he launched into Let’s Go Fly a Kite.
The 38-year-old was assimilated by a set of dancers, as he halted traffic to detonate into song.
James was accompanied by film star Ben Kinglsey, who insincere the role of Dick Van Dyke‘s character, Burt, finish with a pinstripe coupler and boater hat.
The span went onto sing the famous strain Super‐cali‐fragil‐istic‐expi‐ali‐docious.
Set for recover at Christmas next year, the grown up Jane and Michael Banks, now played by Emily Mortimer, 45, and Ben Whishaw, 36, are visited by their former nanny after pang a personal loss.
Mary helps the family rediscover the fun and consternation that is blank in their lives.
Famous faces such as Meryl Streep, Colin Firth, and Angela Lansbury, will also make up the all-star cast.
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