“The Late Late Show” host James Corden appeared in the middle of a busy Los Angeles street dressed as a mouse Saturday to promote Amazon Prime’s upcoming “Cinderella” movie. Joining him in the traffic-stopping stunt were co-stars Camila Cabello, Billy Porter and Idina Menzel.

Donning elaborate costumes that showed their roles in the live-action musical, the group danced to the tune of Jennifer Lopez’s “Let’s Get Loud” as strangers stopped by to witness their performance. But while the stunt managed to catch the attention of passersby, it was Corden’s hip thrusts that created the loudest buzz online.

Hours after the number, Twitter account Film Updates shared a clip showcasing Corden’s dance moves. The video spread like wildfire on social media, earning praises from fans who were delighted by the host's fun performance.                                                     

“I honestly don’t know how I’d handle James Corden dancing in front of my car,” one fan wrote.

Unfortunately, not everyone was pleased with the stunt. Some of those who witnessed it also took to social media to complain about the heavy traffic it had caused.

“Imagine having to explain to your boss that you’re going to be late to work because James Corden dressed in a rat suit was thrusting at cars in the middle of traffic?????” one Twitter user wrote. “Sorry I was 3 hours late to work. James Corden was dry humping the air in a rat costume on the street and held up traffic.”

“I was taking my son to the ER when James Corden stopped traffic. RIP my boy,” another Twitter user quipped.

Meanwhile, others joked about the dangers the stunt had posed on the public, considering the pandemic.

“We need to stop messing around and have another lockdown. The risk is simply too high of getting caught in a James Corden flash mob,” another fan noted.

While the comments on the footage were mostly written in good faith, British actor Adil Ray came to defend Corden from the cheeky tweets.

“Why this Twitter hate for James Corden?" Ray wrote. Get off your bloody phones, off social and get yourself on the boards and win a Tony, co-write one of those most-watched shows in recent years and pop off to America and make a huge success of one of the toughest gigs on US TV, then talk.”

 Corden is yet to comment on the tweets about him. 

James Corden James Corden will host the 60th annual Grammy Awards. The comedian is pictured at TBS’ “Drop the Mic” and “The Joker’s Wild” premiere party on Oct. 11, 2017 in Hollywood, California. Photo: Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images