Watch A Naked Lin-Manuel Miranda Sing In A Los Angeles Crosswalk

Hollywood Pantages season ticket holders received their Hamilton tickets in this special envelope

Hollywood Pantages season ticket holders received their Hamilton tickets in this special envelope

Lin-Manuel Miranda isn't what we'd call a "shy" performer, and he sure showed it Thursday night on The Late Late Show. "I might get on the crosswalk.'" And get on the crosswalk he did, but not before a pep talk from Corden. This time the duo slipped into something groovy, slapped on some beaded headbands and flowing wigs to take on the legendary 1968 Broadway chronicle of all things hippie: Hair. The Late Late Show with James Corden airs weeknights at 12:35/11:35c on CBS. "When it's a red light for the cars", he said, "it's a green light for my soul". The troupe elects to perform selections from 1960s political statement piece, Hair.

Press PLAY on the video above to watch Corden and Miranda's production of Hair, then drop a (high) note below.

Thousands of "Hamilton" fans flocked to Hollywood Wednesday hoping for a chance to win $10 tickets to the wildly popular musical that officially opens Wednesday evening at the Pantages Theatre, and they got a surprise visit from the show's creator. "Then again, people told me that Alexander Hamilton wasn't a Puerto Rican rapper with lovely brown eyes", explained Miranda before taking to the streets one more time.

"I've never felt so free!" screamed Miranda on the sidewalk, surrounded by his fellow Crosswalk the Musical cast members.

A wide-eyed Miranda ended the segment by praising Corden's vision.

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