Michelle Obama Surprises Supporters on 'Tonight Show'
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Barack and Michelle Obama are saying their goodbyes as their time in the White House comes to an end.
The President and First Lady have been making their final speeches and television appearances.
Michelle Obama recently did a farewell interview with television host Oprah Winfrey. Barack Obama gave his farewell speech to the American people in Chicago on Tuesday night.
And on Wednesday, Michelle Obama had some fun with late night television host Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show."
One part of the show the first lady took part in is called "Thank-You Notes." It is a popular segment. In it, Fallon usually writes humorous "Thank-You Notes" to celebrities, people in the news or strange things he notices about life.
For example, he once wrote a thank-you note to the word moist "for being the worst word, ever."
Fallon and Obama took turns writing messages. Fallon wrote "Thank you, First Lady Michelle Obama, for bringing a whole new meaning to the phrase ‘the right to bear arms.'"
Obama is known for showing off her strong arms by wearing sleeveless dresses.
But in a more serious segment, the show's producers asked regular people to describe what Michelle Obama means to them.
The people looked at a painting of the first lady as they spoke. One woman said, "because of you, I know that my race does not define who I am, or what I can accomplish."
Another person said, "Thank you for making me a more confident woman."
One man said Michelle Obama reminded him of the best teachers he ever had.
Another man thanked Obama for inspiring his young daughter to eat more vegetables, and for always encouraging kindness.
After each person finished speaking, they got a huge surprise. Michelle Obama herself stepped out from behind a curtain. She hugged them and thanked them for their kind words.
The participants were surprised and emotional. Some even cried on the first lady's shoulder.
One woman exclaimed, "This is not what I was expecting. I was eating pizza bites yesterday in my bed and now I'm meeting the first lady!"
Another participant turned out to be a former classmate of Obama's. The two attended Princeton University together.
The video came out on Facebook and YouTube early Thursday morning. It has already been played over 11 million times.
Viewers described the video as "an amazing segment," "really heart-warming."
Some wrote that they watched with tears rolling down their cheeks.
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1.One part of the show the first lady took part in is called "Thank-You Notes."
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2.Fallon and Obama took turns writing messages.
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最近，米歇尔接受了奥普拉·温弗瑞（Oprah Winfrey）主持的告别采访 。周二晚间，总统奥巴马在芝加哥向民众发表了告别演说 。
周三，米歇尔在晚间节目《今夜秀》里与主持人吉米·法隆（Jimmy Fallon）相谈甚欢 。
米歇尔还参加了该节目的“感谢卡”活动 。这是一个人气很高的环节 。通常，法隆在该环节中为名人、公众人物还有日常中奇怪的事物写一封幽默的感谢信 。
周三晚间，法隆和米歇尔先后写下感谢信 。法隆写道：“感谢第一夫人米歇尔，重新诠释了the right to bear arms一词的内涵 。”
观众需要看着第一夫人的画像发言 。一位观众表示：“因为你我知道了种族无法妄断我是怎样的人以及我所取得的成就 。”
待大家发表完之后，惊喜的一幕出现了 。米歇尔从幕后走了出来 。她拥抱了这些观众并感谢大家的认可 。
观众震惊之余激动难抑 。甚至有人靠在米歇尔肩上喜极而泣 。
一名女观众大惊：“简直不敢相信 。昨天我还在床上吃披萨，今天就见到了第一夫人 。”
此外，还有一名观众是米歇尔的同窗 。他们曾一同在普林斯顿大学就读 。
周四早间，Facebook和Youtube上传了该视频 。该视频的点击量超过了1100万次 。