Jenna Dewan-Tatum is a great dancer, so she's had the opportunity to work with the best of the best choreographers. She thought she had worked with some of the toughest choreographers in the business...until Wednesday. James Corden introduced her to the "harshest, toughest group of choreographers in Los Angeles" so that they could learn some new moves.

The teachers? Toddlers.

In a segment called "Toddlerography," James and Jenna worked with a group of adorable toddlers to learn some new dance moves to Sia's "Alive." At first, Jenna looked confused and seemed to think she could handle it, but she quickly learned that these tiny tots had more in store for them than they could've ever imagined.

While each kid ran around, spun in circles and randomly kicked his/her leg up, Jenna and James had to follow each move. Naturally, Jenna made every kid-like piece of choreography look like a professional dance move. Whether she was crawling or simply running into the walls, Jenna nailed every step. It was pretty much like watching a kid version of Step Up.

James Corden, Jenna Dewan-Tatum


The British Late Late Show host, on the other hand, struggled a bit to keep up but ultimately managed to learn the moves (with the help of an orange-yellow sweatband and other '80s workout garb).

When all was said it done, the group decided it was "time for the cool down."

In other words, nap time! Both James and Jenna took advantage of the rest period, but one little girl decided to stay awake. Little did she know that years from now she'll wish she had the opportunity to nap in the middle of the day!

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