While The Walking Dead's stars usually come across onscreen as bundles of stress held together only by the fact their characters aren't dead yet, the actors can really let loose when the cameras aren't rolling. This includes breaking into impromptu sessions of famed show tunes that would surely catch the attention of James Corden and the team behind Carpool Karaoke. Do Katelyn Nacon and Ross Marquand have the skills to hang on the actual series though? This unofficial tryout performance would seem to indicate so:

Now, Katelyn Nacon might have carried Ross Marquand through that rendition of the Grease smash hit "You're The One That I Want," but the whole thing was entertaining enough to at least get the conversation rolling for The Walking Dead cast eventually showing up on an actual episode of Carpool Karaoke. James Corden would probably need a small bus to fit in all the TWD stars that fans would want on board, though it's more likely he'd just be using the normal limited-seat cars. So would Enid and Aaron even make the list of Walking Dead faces that fans would want to see the most on a Carpool Karaoke installment?

While these two actors may not be the most automatic choices in that rhetorical situation, Katelyn Nacon has some real pipes! A quick search around the web will reveal Nacon's album Love In May is up for listening to, as well as videos from several convention appearances where she sang some of the most popular songs out there. Ross Marquand doesn't have quite the same singing talents as Nacon, but he does do some insanely good celebrity impressions! Specifically, he does a pretty incredible impression of Justin Timberlake, so maybe he can emulate the pop star's singing voice as well? If nothing else, he could just continue to impersonate other actors as the car moves along. "Alright, alright, alright."

Whatever the case, it's evident by this tweet that members of The Walking Dead cast want to be on Carpool Karaoke, and The Late Late Show With James Corden team needs to make that happen, either on the late night show or otherwise. Maybe Katelyn Nacon and Ross Marquand should be careful what they wish for, as the Foo Fighters and Britney Spears can attest that appearing on the segment can be a long and grueling process. Then again, the TWD cast is probably used to long days of shooting, so maybe a three hour day of filming would seem like a cake walk to them? Especially if there's air conditioning.

The Walking Dead returns to AMC on Sunday, February 25, at 9:00 p.m. For a look at some other shows that will be premiering or returning in 2018, visit our midseason premiere guide. Those still looking for something to watch in 2017 can visit our fall premiere guide and see what's left to watch before the year is up. For a look at some shows in 2017 that won't be around next year, visit our cancellation guide.

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