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Josh Gad And Luke Evans Singing 'Gaston' Is Pitch-Perfect

We all that no one's slick as Gaston and no one's quick as Gaston, but actors Josh Gad and Luke Evans give the animated man a run for his money in this teaser clip of the live-action Beauty and the Beast.

Belting out the lyrics to the incredibly catchy "Gaston," Gad as the slightly dim-witted lackey LeFou and Evans as the big-headed brute bring an extra dose of life into the forthcoming Disney reboot. Pair together Gad's proven knack for theatrics, as evidenced in his role as the adorable not-so-abominable snowman Olaf in 2013's Frozen, and Evans' surprisingly stellar pipes, and it looks like Beauty and the Beast will be pretty brilliant.

Watch the campy clip in the video above, but prepare to be singing the words quietly to yourself for at least 24 hours proceeding. (We won't judge.)

According to MTV, though the real-life rendition of the classic song will ring a few bells in old-school Disney fans, the complete version "will feature some alternate lyrics, written decades ago by Alan Menken and the late Howard Ashman."

Evans himself even spoke on this fact in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, mentioning the effort put into the crafting the perfect songs for the live-action reboot:

"The guys at Disney reviewed all the transcripts and recordings. They've been able to go back through those hours and hours of recorded footage and listen to lyrics that were written and never used, which are actually gems. For the audience who know the song immensely well—which I think is most people—you will hear a few new lines, which are really, really special."

With fans already getting a glimpse at Emma Watson's golden voice, this new Gad/Evans sneak peek is beginning to help round out a rough idea of how the film will sound. Though filmgoers will have to wait until March 17 to hear for themselves, we're certain it's a movie release they won't want to miss.