Hairspray alums join in the late-nigh show's spoof of "Good Morning Baltimore."
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The Late Late Show host James Corden celebrated California ending lockdown with a spoof of "Good Morning Baltimore" featuring some Hairspray alumni.

Singing "No Lockdowns Anymore" through the streets of Los Angeles, the late-night host celebrates "turning off Zoom after 15 long months stuck on mute" before guest Ariana Grande, who played Penny Pingleton in NBC's Hairspray Live!, comes in to suggest, "Let's hit the club and get drunk and get matching tattoos."

In addition to sharing some behind-the-scenes photos of the number on Tuesday, Grande teased "a very special, heart attack provoking cameo" that turned out to be from Tony winner Marissa Jaret Winokur, who originated the lead role of Tracy Turnblad in Broadway's Hairspray

The actress tweeted "Thank you for being such Broadway Fans to include me in this incredible event!" Her and Grande hit a quick eight count together in the video.

Watch the full video of Corden, Grande, and Winokur performing "No Lockdowns Anymore" above.

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