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Jimmy Fallon & Lin-Manuel Miranda Are ‘Two Goats Who Will Vote’ in Bearded New Video

Back in 2018, Jimmy Fallon and Lin-Manuel Miranda floated along a lake, rocking well-groomed goatees in their hilarious “Two Goats in a Boat” skit. In 2020, the “decent goats” have taken on a new goal: to get out the vote.

In a new Tonight Show clip, aptly titled “Two Goats Who Will Vote,” Fallon admires his facial hair in the mirror. “Pretty decent goat,” he muses, the same way he did in the 2018 edition. “Just wish I had someone to vote with.”

Thankfully, Miranda is also goatee’d and ready to cast his ballot. “We’re just two goats who will vote,” they sing in side-by-side clips. “Taking my ballot to the post / Two goats who will vote / Keep democracy afloat / Make sure that you vote.”

Both stars have been supporting When We All Vote, Michelle Obama’s nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to ensuring that everyone is registered to vote.

Watch a clip of “Two Goats Who Will Vote” below, and catch the full segment on Monday night’s (Oct. 19) episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, which will also feature guests Gwen Stefani, Swizz Beatz and Timbaland, plus musical guest Bebe Rexha featuring Doja Cat.

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