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Michelle Obama will be making her first late-night stop since becoming the First Lady.
On Tuesday, Jan. 31, Obama will appear on NBC’s The Tonight Show With Jay Leno and is expected to chat about her “Let’s Move” campaign. She will also discuss what life is like for her family in the White House and tout her book, American Grown, about the White House kitchen garden to be released in April.
Obama has been making the rounds as of late. On Jan. 16, Obama visited Nickelodeon’s iCarly to commend Carly and her friends for supporting families of the military as part of her Joining Forces Initiative.
Obama’s first appearance on the talker, Oct. 27, 2008, took place just days before her husband was officially elected as the nation’s president.
The Tonight Show is produced by Big Dog Productions in association with Universal Television. Debbie Vickers serves as executive producer.
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