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James Corden and Anna Kendrick's pop love song medley will put a daft smile on your face

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Where is the love?

On the off chance Fergie, Will.I.Am and the other two are still pondering, humanity finally has an answer - and it lies in the combined vocal talents of James Corden and Anna Kendrick.

Appearing on the Corden’s Late Late Show last night, Kendrick embarked on a pop song medley with the host, reuniting them after the last burst into song together for 2014's Into the Woods. Going from hit to hit, it turns out that like the Carpool Karaoke king, she’s more than capable of holding a note or two herself.

With almost as many set and costume changes than that time Corden acted out all of Arnie's films with the big man in six minutes, frankly we're surprised they had time to remember the lyrics. 

In turbulent times such as these it’s good to know that some things still have the ability to put a big daft smile on your face.

Now, if someone can also tell us what we're going to do with all these humps that'd be great.

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