Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart Urge People to Vote

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On The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Stephen’s monologue was interrupted by an adorable little girl dressed like a little street urchin who was “too scared to vote.” So Stephen sang a song to her explaining why voting is so great. But then his old pal, Jon Stewart, came out and halted everything.

Jon told the little girl that she didn’t have to vote if she didn’t want to, singing, “There’s nothing in the law that says the people have to vote.” Then he was reminded that Donald Trump is running for president, which caused him to do a spit take, and he changed his tune.

Next, the little scamp sang about not liking either candidate, singing, “to add my vote to either side would be an awful lie.” Jon and Stephen admitted that the girl made some good points, but then Hamilton star, Javier Muñoz, came running in with some better points. Javier rapped, “I’m sorry not sorry if this isn’t exciting, but stayin’ home isn’t a statement; you’re saying you gave up your say in the way that your state went.”

Javier won everyone over with the most important point: Go vote!

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. on CBS.

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