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FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA JOINS JAY LENO FOR A TEN @ TEN ON NBCS THE JAY
LENO SHOW FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23


BURBANK, Calif. October 19, 2009 Friday, October 23 First Lady Michelle
Obama checks in with Jay Leno for 10 questions at 10 o'clock on NBC's "The Jay
Leno Show" (Monday-Friday, 10-11 p.m. ET).

"Ten @ Ten" connects Leno via satellite with celebrities and newsmakers from
around the world. Signing on from Washington D.C., the First Lady will answer a
series of ten rapid fire questions.

Previous celebrities that have participated in the new segment include Justin
Timberlake, Tom Cruise, Cameron Diaz, Miley Cyrus, LeBron James, chairman of the
House Financial Services Committee Barney Frank, Ben Roethlisberger, Amy
Poehler, Senator John McCain, Chris Matthews and Secretary of Health and Human
Services Kathleen Sebelius.

Also on Friday's show Ross Mathews turns in his first piece and Colin Firth is
in-studio.

"The Jay Leno Show" promises more comedy in the 10 o'clock hour and will
showcase many of the features that have made Leno America's late-night leader
for more than a dozen years.

"The Jay Leno Show" is from Big Dog Productions in association with Universal
Media Studios. Debbie Vickers is the executive producer.

For artwork from "The Jay Leno Show," please visit the NBC press website at
www.nbcumv.com. For embed codes of clips from "The Jay Leno Show" please visit
www.thejaylenoshow.com/video/.

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