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"I want to get in a room -- I'm not kidding -- and I want to vote my brains out, Stephen," Eichner joked.

The sexual tension was palpable on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" Friday night, as guest Billy Eichner explained why he's "horny" to vote in the midterms this year.

The comedian told the late-night host about his Funny or Die campaign "Glam Up the Midterms," which urges millennials to get to the polls. Eichner shared his enthusiasm for the upcoming election in a fiery speech loaded with a ton of sexual innuendo.

"Here's how I'm really feeling Stephen," Eichner said. "I'm so ready to vote."

"I have never been more ready to vote," he continued. "I'm going to like explode. I am like horny, but to vote."

"I want to get in a room -- I'm not kidding -- and I want to vote my brains out, Stephen," he added.

The "American Horror Story" star continued to compare heading to the polls to sex, saying that he wants to vote with Colbert until he doesn't have a "drop left to vote with."

"I want to get up in the morning and I wanna vote again, Stephen," Eichner added.

Colbert joined in on the fun and asked Eichner, "Are you an early voter?"

"Stephen, I once voted six times in one day," Eichner replied. "I will vote morning, noon and night. I want to vote so hard this year and I want to make it so blue."

How blue, you ask? Eichner wants to put "Smurfette" if office.

"You got blue ballots, is what you got right now," Colbert said, as Eichner responded, "Only a blue wave can cure blue balls Stephen."

The "Billy on the Street" star went on to talk about the importance of the millennial vote. Eicher has been traveling across the country to encourage the younger generation to get to the polls on election day. The actor explained how he's seen the power of millennials and how they can truly enact change.

"What I've been telling them is, 'I've seen you guys at the Women's March. I've seen you at March For Our Lives,'" Eichner said. "I saw you at town halls saving your healthcare, and your parents' health care and your grandparents' heath care.'"

"We now need to take that energy and march for our lives to the voting booth," he continued. "None of it mattered if you don't go and vote for people who feel the way that you do."

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