Michelle Obama Set for 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' Debut
The First Lady will make her first appearance on ABC's late night talker on Oct. 25.
With just three weeks until the election, the campaign trail continues to make stops on late night.
ABC announced Wednesday that First Lady Michelle Obama is set to appear as a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live next week, marking her first appearance on the show.
A release from the network says the Oct. 25 interview will find Obama encouraging Americans to exercise their right to vote -- while "Kimmel will encourage the First Lady to eat more pizza."
The Obamas have been more active on the late-night circuit of late than the Romneys, with President Obama stopping by Late Night With David Letterman and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart.
And the first lady is the latest in a recent string of touted guests for Kimmel. The Brooklyn native is taking his show to the east coast for a week of broadcasts from the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Chris Rock, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, Tracy Morgan and Kimmel's idol, David Letterman, are all set to appear.
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