Two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton made a cameo Monday night in a "Daily Show" music video about women in 2017.
"If there's one group of people who have defined this year, it's been women," Host Trevor Noah said. "So we asked Desi Lydic and Dulcé Sloan for their thoughts and they gave us a whole song."
Lydic and Sloan, two correspondents on the Comedy Central show, did a duo performance with the assistance of music producer Roy Wood Jr. (Also known as DJ Meat & 3) about some of the victories and challenges women in the United States and abroad have experienced in 2017.
The song covered several women and events, including the Women's March, Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D., Mass.) "Nevertheless, She Persisted" moment, Saudi women being able to drive cars on their own, South Korean President Park Geun-hye being impeached, Beyoncé Knowles having twins, and "Wonder Woman" becoming a box office hit.
The song also slammed former Fox News host Megyn Kelly, who had a rocky start at NBC earlier this fall.
"Megyn Kelly went to NBC from Fox; $17 million for a show that sucks," they sang.
Later in the song, Lydic and Sloan went after Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein and all the men who have been accused of sexual misconduct, including former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly.
"This is the year we all stood strong. No one wants to see your nasty ass dong," Sloan sang.
"Back off all you producers and actors, end up in the trash like the O'Reilly Factor," Lydic sang.
At the end of the song, Sloan asked Clinton to "take us home," and the video cut to Clinton belting out a solo while the women sang, "what a year for women, it's why we're singing. Keeping it feminine, this mess we've been in. Our lady dicks are swinging, sick of all this winning."