Jake Gyllenhaal and Sean Hayes Slay 'A Whole New World' During Tonys Commercial Break

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Jake Gyllenhaal and Sean Hayes are the musical duo we never knew we needed.

At the 70th Annual Tony Awards on Sunday, the unlikely duo took the stage – during a commercial break – and proved they could fit into a Disney musical film with ease.

The two actors (and Broadway stars) decided to have a little fun at the Beacon Theater by doing their own rendition of "A Whole New World," from Aladdin.

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Sean posted the video of the behind-the-scenes duet on his Facebook page and explained how the two got paired together.

"During commercial breaks at The Tony's tonight, the amazingly brilliant James Corden started up a Broadway-themed 'commercial karaoke,'" he wrote.

"He asked for volunteers. Jake Gyllenhaal & I were happy to oblige."

There was a little back and forth between the two performers before Jake began singing and stunned the audience. The Nightcrawler actor took the part of Aladdin and he killed it.

When Jasmine’s part came up, the Will & Grace alum belted it out and totally slayed.

The whole crowd screamed and laughed throughout the performance, especially when host James Corden added his vocals to the track.

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The awards show, which honors the Broadway community, was full of inspirational moments and hilarious musical numbers, most of which were actually televised.

From the beginning monologue by Corden, when he did a musical parody with the cast of Hamilton, to all of the heartwarming speeches, it was a night to remember.

One of the best acceptance speeches was by Lin-Manuel Miranda, the star and creator of Hamilton, who pointed out the truth about love in light of the Orlando shooting earlier that day.

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"We live through times when hate and fear seem stronger. We rise and fall and light from dying embers remembrance that hope and love last forever," he said as a part of his sonnet. "Love is love is love is love is love is love is love is love cannot be killed or swept aside."

Even though the awards touched upon some serious topics, there were many funny skits including Donald Trump aka Girls star Andrew Rannells in The Book of Moron as well.

If you missed the show, you can get a taste of what it was like, and what any day is like with Corden, by watching his "Carpool Karaoke" episode starring some Broadway legends below.

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