Jimmy Fallon, Will Ferrell and Michelle Obama
The First Lady is showing off her comedic chops once again with the help of Jimmy Fallon.
On Thursday's episode of The Tonight Show, Michelle Obama dropped by Fallon's recurring "Ew!" skit, which features the host as a teenage girl named Sara who is grossed out by pretty much everything. While Will Ferrell was also dressed in character for the skit, Obama played herself as she raved about exercise to promote her "Let's Move!" campaign.
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"I think exercise is ew," Ferrell exclaims.
"Exercise is not ew!" Obama responds, explaining her love for dance, tennis and even push-ups.
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Jimmy Fallon continues to bring the laughs during his first week as host of The Tonight Show. Highlights of Wednesday's show included a mash-up video of NBC News anchor Brian Williams "rapping" the words to Sugar Hill Gang's "Rapper's Delight."
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The campaign will be in full swing when the show returns, but Fitz may not make it out unscathed. He'll have to deal with both someone swearing vengeance against him and resurfacing old rumors. In unrelated news, you will see some interesting nudity in the midseason return.
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Jimmy Fallon spent his President's Day a bundle of nerves.
"I'm freaking out right now," Fallon told Ryan Seacrest on Seacrest's radio show Monday afternoon, hours before he's set to make his debut as host of The Tonight Show. "It's so exciting. It's crazy."
Jimmy Fallon might have signed off Late Night Friday, but before you break out the tissues, don't forget he'll be back on TV in a week. Nevertheless, his final episode was a fun, sentimental affair.
"I can't believe it. This is it! It's our last episode of Late Night," Fallon's final opening monologue began. "You know, I'm really going to miss being on TV at 12:37. I'll especially miss the battle for late-night ratings with my fierce rivals — Craig Ferguson and a veggie chopper infomercial."
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That veggie chopper will continue to face stiff competition starting Feb. 24, when Seth Meyers takes over Late Night (Fallon begins The Tonight Show on Feb. 17).