In a new video for Actually.org, Kathy Griffin and Cher urged voters to stop GOP candidate Mitt Romney before he sends women’s rights into the dark ages.
As we enter the home stretch of the 2012 presidential campaign, Eva Longoria is hard at work as Co-Chair of President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign -- and she’s enjoying every minute of it.
First Lady Michelle Obama has a bit of marriage advice for “Extra’s” Mario Lopez. She told him, “As my husband would say, just make her happy. Make her happy and continue to be friends… it’s the friendship that gets you through the tough times.”
In a recent sit down with the Mrs. Obama, she also revealed some insight into her 20-year relationship with President Obama. “We’re man and wife, we deal with our kids,” she explained. “I try not to get in his head. He’s got a lot of wonderful advisors and they are talking through what they are going to do and it’s just better for me to be his rock.”
In a recent video released by the Obama campaign, Lena Dunham talks about how you should make sure your first time voting is special… by voting for Barack Obama. “My first time was with @BarackObama – I highly recommend you do the same,” she tweeted with a link to the ad.
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First Lady Michelle Obama made her own whirlwind campaign swing through Los Angeles on Thursday, with high profile stops at “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Will and Jada Smith’s house and a birthday lunch for Katy Perry!Much of Michelle’s interview with Jimmy was surrounding President Obama and the upcoming election, including a skit where she wakes Kimmel up on Election Day with a bullhorn.
“‘Extra,’ that’s one of mine!” admitted Mrs. Obama. “I love keeping up with what going on. I love my entertainment shows.”
While on the campaign trail, President Barack Obama made a stop at “The Tonight Show” on Wednesday before jetting to Las Vegas to rally voters with Katy Perry.Late-night host Jay Leno asked what the President thought of Donald Trump’s challenge to reveal certain records in exchange for a $5 million donation to the charity of the president’s choice.