On Monday night's episode of Dancing With The Stars, comedian Kevin Hart was serving as a guest judge, sitting in for regular judge Len Goodman.
However, the bombastic funnyman wasn't content with just judging dancers, he needed to get some dancing done of his own. And to help, he brought in Broadway star – and voice of Frozen's Olaf – Josh Gad to do a tuxedo-clad hand jive.
However, before the show, Hart and Gad, who co-star in the upcoming romantic comedy The Wedding Ringer, stopped to talk to ET's Kevin Frazier about the amount of rehearsal time their routine took to master, and soon the conversation drifted towards Hart demonstrating his musical talents.
Specifically, he sang a few lines from a play he supposedly starred in called "Pistol Pete". The lyrics to the song were, simply, "Pistol, pistol, get that Pete."
Gad responded by using his "Broadway voice" to belt a few bars from the play he's currently writing called, "Working With Kevin Is The Hardest Thing I've Ever Done."
Check out the video for more from Hart and Gad, whose undeniable chemistry paid off big when the duo rocked the hand jive like nobody's business during DWTS.