Several talk shows have announced that they will not be hosting live audiences during filming for the next few weeks while the world grapples with the growing coronavirus pandemic.
Among those is The Daily Show, presented by South African comedian, Trevor Noah.
Trying to make light of the announcement, Trevor decided that he would serenade The Daily Show's final audience before they go 'audience-free'.
"Trevor Sings a Tribute to the Studio Audience. With The Daily Show going audience-free for awhile, we pay tribute to the audience members we'll miss the most [sic]," a post on The Daily Show's Instagram page reads.
Attached to that is a video of Trevor sitting behind a keyboard while singing to his audience who are left in stitches by the funny lyrics.
WATCH IT HERE: