LAS VEGAS (AP) — Ken Bone knows his time in the spotlight is winding down as the presidential race draws to a close.
The undecided voter from Illinois shot to fame after asking a question during the second presidential debate while wearing a bright red Izod sweater less than two weeks ago and is now starring in a video released by the label. Bone says in the clip he doesn't think he's "going to continue to be internet famous forever," but adds that he's happy to have played his role in encouraging people to vote.
Bone appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Wednesday night from the site of the final presidential debate in Las Vegas, saying he still doesn't know who he'll vote for. Bone also mocked himself over controversial comments he made online that came to light after he became an overnight sensation.