President Obama took time from his hectic schedule to unwind and share some laughs on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" Tuesday night. The president is well-known for singing in public, but last night he took on a slow jam with the late night host. You've "gotta watch" Obama's performance.
First lady Michelle Obama, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and Texas Gov. Rick Perry are among the political figures who have also enjoyed some leisure time lately on the late night talk show circuit. See how they've poked fun at themselves and others in front of a national TV audience.
President Obama has sung before, but last night he and Jimmy Fallon team up for a special slow jam session on Fallon's late night talk show. Watch to see what they sing about.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney shares some laughs and pokes fun at himself on "The Late Show with David Letterman." Be sure to see number one on his top ten list.
First lady Michelle Obama jokingly shares some of her exercise and workout secrets on NBC's "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno." Check out what Leno has the first lady do in this cleverly edited video.
The Texas governor showed a national audience that he isn't afraid to make fun of himself on late night TV. Watch how he smooths over his infamous "oops" debate moment.
, “Grandma I’m sorry I didn’t get a chance to say goydboe. I love you.”She smiled at me and said, “It’s ok Bobbie. Grandma knows you love her and I love you too. Grandma will always be with you so don’t worry.”I smiled and just as I was about to say something my mom entered the room. I looked at her and said, “Mommie I just saw Grandma in the mirror.”My mom told me I was just dreaming but I know I wasn’t. I remember looking at the mirror that night and feeling at peace.To this day I still have dreams of my Grandma and when things are tough she consoles me and reminds me that she will always be here to take care of me. She was and still is an amazing woman. Love you Grandma. Barbara
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