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
July 1, 2015 5:53PM (UTC)
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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:

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