Jon Hamm surprises Jon Stewart with a supercut of his "glorious" singing through the years

Brace yourselves: The farewell tributes have officially commenced!

By Colin Gorenstein

Published July 1, 2015 1:53PM (EDT)

Jon Hamm, Jon Stewart     (Comedy Central)
Jon Hamm, Jon Stewart (Comedy Central)

The Jon Stewart farewell tributes have officially commenced, and Jon Hamm is leading the pack. Tuesday's "Daily Show" included a "surprise" appearance by the Draper-dressed star, who decided it was time to properly celebrate Stewart's "glorious" vocal cords which he generously likened to “if Bette Midler, Barbra Streisand and Luciano Pavarotti had a threesome."

“Tonight I would like to celebrate what you’ve wanted all along: To teach the world to sing,” Hamm said before rolling a montage of singing clips.

The two later sat down to discuss Hamm's most recent endeavor, the film “Minions,” which he lends his own (celebration-worthy) voice to for the character Herb Overkill. Stewart was pretty sure the film was actually called “Minyan.” Bummer.

Watch both clips courtesy of Comedy Central below:


Colin Gorenstein

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