Michelle Obama loves some 'Real Housewives' every now and then
First Lady Michelle Obama stops by "Live with Kelly and Michael" on Friday, Oct. 19, where she talks about the presidential debate that landed on her 20th wedding anniversary with the President and some of her guilty pleasures.
First Lady Lightning Round - Kelly and Michael quiz the First Lady with a speed round of questions about pop culture and her favorite things
Michael: What's your guilty pleasure?
First Lady: French fries.
Michael: Oh, I love French fries.
Kelly: What would we be surprised to find in your purse?
First Lady: Oh, nothing. There's nothing in my purse. I get teased for having a purse with nothing in it.
First Lady: As First Lady -no money, no keys... No nothing. I look to 22-year-olds for my life, it's like where am I going next? There's nothing in my purse. I have to find stuff to put in my purse. (audience laughs)
Kelly: I would give you something...
First Lady: Lotion...iPod....some Altoids...
Kelly: I'll give you something, here. Want some hand sanitizer and Altoids? (Kelly hands First Lady hand sanitizer) (audience laughs)
First Lady: I'll take it!
Kelly: Now you have stuff. (audience laughs)
Michael: Alright. What super power would you like to have?
First Lady: I would fly.
Kelly: I know you're sad about this, this is the last question...
First Lady: Let's do more! (audience laughs)
Kelly: What's your favorite reality show?
First Lady: Oh, gosh. Okay, let me think...you know, I do love a little "Real Housewives" every now and then.
[Ed's note: We wonder which city she likes best -- we feel like Michelle Obama is a "RHONY" fan.]
On the 20th wedding anniversary the night of the first presidential debate:
Michael: Well, you know, but did you ever get a chance to celebrate? That's what I was wondering.
First Lady: We did. The, the Saturday following the debate we went out to dinner.
Kelly: Oh, that's nice.
First Lady: So, we're, you know, it --it's very quiet. We, we couldn't do anything big because we-- both on the road -
First Lady: --almost every day, uh, for the last some-odd months. So, but we had a really nice dinner together.
Kelly: I still feel that after the election and everything--
First Lady: --uh-huh ..
Kelly: --You definitely have to hold out for a more -uhm--
First Lady: --oh, oh definitely--
Kelly: Yeah. Okay. Okay good. Alright. I'm just making--
(Audience laughs. Michael laughs)
Kelly: I'm looking out for you!
First Lady: After the election there are, there are gonna - years and years--
Kelly: Yeah. Right! (laughs)
First Lady: --Of payback. (Audience laughs. Kelly laughs.)
Michael: To make up for?
First Lady: Oh yeah. Yeah.
Michael: I think he's up for it.
First Lady: Yeah. I have my list...gonna roll it out.
Kelly: (repeats First Lady) roll it out!
Michael: I have, I have faith that he can handle it.
On sitting quietly through the debates:
Kelly: I think that, as a spouse, it would it be very hard to sit there quietly in the middle of a debate. You must want to shout out.
First Lady: Oh yeah, absolutely. It's like ... I compared it to the Olympic parents watching their kid on that balance beam (makes scared faces) ... you know, lots of clenching ...
Kelly: And do you ever say, you know, do you ever go (mumbles as if she's trying to give an answer)?
First Lady: Yeah, I do. I was sitting next to somebody last ... at this debate and I was kind of moving around and ... but you know they really caution you to be quiet, and I try to follow the rules so I don't get in trouble. But it's, you know, it's part of the process, and it's an important part of the process.
The full interview airs Friday, Oct. 19 on "Live with Kelly and Michael" on ABC.
Photo/Video credit: ABC
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