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Last Night on Late Night

Jon Stewart, Jimmy Fallon swap pants for Super Bowl charity contest

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Jon Stewart and Jimmy Fallon have an Omaze-ing opportunity for fans of The Tonight Show.

By donating at least $10 towards the autism charity organization NEXT for Autism, you can score two tickets to Super Bowl LII and VIP seats to Fallon’s newly announced Super Bowl edition of The Tonight Show, which will be taped live in Minneapolis, Minnesota, following the big game on Feb. 4, 2018. The downside — if you’d call this a downside — is that you also have to swap pants with Fallon for an entire day.

Stewart helped announce the charity contest, which is run through Omaze, by swapping pants with Fallon on The Tonight Show Tuesday. “I feel 20 years older,” the former Daily Show host joked with Fallon’s pants hiked up above his waist.

The contest was launched in conjunction with Stewart’s Night of Too Many Stars, which airs this Sunday, Nov. 18 at 8 p.m. ET on HBO and also goes to support NEXT for Autism. Other contests have been announced leading up to the premiere, including Jimmy Kimmel and Matt Damon’s offer for an awkward dinner experience.

Seth Meyers got in on the charitable giving front when Stewart came on Late Night. Meyers gave his viewers the chance to sit with his writing staff as they create a “Closer Look” segment, as well as grab drinks with the late-night host on top of the Rock (i.e. 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York City).

Find out more information at Omaze.