Watch Samantha Bee Celebrate Women's March With Viral 'Quiet' Choir

A capella group that rehearsed online, met at D.C. protest recreates chilling performance on 'Full Frontal'

Watch Samantha Bee recap the worldwide Women's Marches with a special performance from the a capella group behind the viral hit, 'Quiet.'

Samantha Bee celebrated the massive Women's Marches that followed President Trump's inauguration with a performance from the viral #ICantKeepQuiet choir.

Prior to the performance, Bee giddily recapped Trump's obsession with his tiny inauguration, the "Fox News-approved talking point" that the marches only took place in coastal cities and offered a blunt answer to conservative confusion over why the protests were held in the first place.

"Our executive branch is in the hands of a septuagenarian size queen and a corn-fed fertility cultist who calls his wife 'mother,'" Bee cracked. "So forgive us if we're a little worried about getting zapped back to Pleasantville."

Bee then introduced the #ICantKeepQuiet singers, an a cappella group organized by the artist Milck and featuring members of the GW Sirens and Capital Blend. The outfit formed and rehearsed online and met for the first time at the Women's March in Washington D.C. where a video of them performing an original song, "Quiet," quickly went viral.

The group unleashed another rousing rendition of the song on Full Frontal, building from a soft, melancholy beginning to a deeply powerful peak packed with chilling harmonies.  

Watch as the Women's March starts in Washington D.C. and carried on throughout the world.