Start with a late-night funnyman. Add a president. Then, talk about something serious – Obama chose student loans – while Jimmy Fallon's house band, The Roots, lays down a rhythm. Punch it up. Laugh. Then, wait to see how Romney responds.
In recent TV appearances, first lady Michelle Obama competed with Ellen DeGeneres in a push-up contest, and she tried to get Jay Leno to eat something healthy. On Monday's 'Letterman,' maybe she can get her host to take part in a sack race.
Katy Perry, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, are the big winners at this years People's Choice Awards.
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Classified diplomatic cables. Sensitive military documents. Lists of vulnerable sites to US interests. WikiLeaks is serious business. But humor is one way the public sifts through the meaning of news. Or at least a way to distract ourselves from looking at those same 12 photos of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange over and over again. Here's a look at the lighter side of WikiLeaks.
Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday asked Twitter users to write introductions for presenters at the 2010 Emmy Awards.