The 70th annual Tony Awards are this Sunday and it’s sure to be a star-studded evening at New York City’s Beacon Theatre celebrating this season’s Broadway greatness. James Corden is hosting and, albeit a bit nervous, he is no stranger to the stage, being a Broadway alumnus himself. He is also the current host of “The Late Late Show,” which he has been hosting since March 2015.

Previous hosts of the Tony Awards have included Neil Patrick Harris, Hugh Jackman and, most recently, Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming. This year’s 10 performances will include the casts of “Hamilton,” “School of Rock,” “Waitress,” “Spring Awakening” and more.

Though he’s joked that a new internet meme would come at the cost of an embarrassing moment for him, he is nonetheless ready to take the stage. Here are five reasons why Corden will make a great host:

1. He already has some theatre experience under his belt

As mentioned above, he is a Broadway alumnus. He performed in “The History Boys” and “One Man, Two Guvnors” and, in 2014, he played the Baker in the film “Into the Woods.”

2. He has won a Tony Award of his own

In 2012, he won “Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play” for his role in “One Man, Two Guvnors.” That year, the other nominees were Philip Seymour Hoffman, James Earl Jones, Frank Langella and John Lithgow.

3. He’s good under pressure

Shots were fired during the “Drop the Mic” segment, featuring David Schwimer and Rebel Wilson. Corden and Schwimmer trade jabs in their rap battle, which include plenty of “Friends” references and mocking of each other’s careers. He clearly knows how to roll with the punches.

4. He can wrap up the show in record time

Award shows always seem to run out of time and if that happens in this case, I think we can rest assured knowing that Corden can pull out all the stops to finish the show by 11 p.m. If nothing else proves it, it would be this filmography recap with Tom Hanks. The pair act out scenes from Hanks’s illustrious acting career, such as “Forrest Gump,” “Saving Private Ryan,” “Sleepless in Seattle” and, of course, the “Toy Story” franchise. And it’s all done in less than seven minutes.

5. Two words: Carpool. Karaoke.

Corden sang along with Broadway favorites Lin-Manuel Miranda, Audra McDonald, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Jane Krakowski in his hit segment Carpool Karaoke. They sang classics, such as “Seasons of Love” from RENT and “One Day More” from Les Miserables, and a medley of songs from “Hamilton,” including “Alexander Hamilton” and “Guns and Ships.” Can we please have an impromptu on-stage karaoke session on Sunday?

The Tony Awards kick off Sunday, June 12 at 8 p.m. on CBS.