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Last Night on Late Night: Karmin Rapped Busta Rhymes

Last night on Chelsea Lately, Amy Heidemann, the white Christian Nebraskan female-half of the viral group Karmin, rapped Busta Rhymes' and Chris Brown's "Look at Me Now," with the warp speed honed from her first-ever (and prohibited) rap album, Dr. Dre's Chronic 2001. Plus: Alan Alda prefers the moniker "Your Highness" but is still polite enough never to interrupt Stephen Colbert; and Howie Mandel refused to sit. Watch our compilation to see what you missed.