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Michelle Obama Stars in Sketch for "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"

BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- First lady Michelle Obama dropped by ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday night to encourage Americans to vote on Election Day.  To drive home her message, she starred in a sketch with host Jimmy Kimmel.

Mrs. Obama introduced the clip by saying she had a "good plan" to make sure Kimmel doesn't forget to vote. 

In the sketch, Kimmel is seen sleeping in a bedroom when the first lady barges in with a horn and a megaphone, yelling, "Election Day!  Election Day!  Up and at 'em!  Move it!" As Kimmel wakes up and exits the room, she adds, "And eat some carrots!"

Parts of the interview centered around her two kids with President Obama, 14-year-old Malia and 11-year-old Sasha.  She said both of them trick or treat every year on Halloween, though her older daughter doesn't get dressed up much anymore.

Thursday's edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live! marked Mrs. Obama's first-ever appearance on the late-night program.

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Cain Appears on 'Jimmy Kimmel'; Will Address Latest Accuser in Presser

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- In the midst of a barrage of sexual harassment allegations, including a forth accuser speaking out on Monday, Herman Cain made an appearance on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! Monday night.

Kimmel devoted much of his opening monologue to the allegations made by Sharon Bialek, who is the latest woman to accuse Cain of sexual harassment during his tenure at the National Restaurant Association, and the first woman to come forward publicly in a press conference.

“Well all things considered, I’m still alive. It got off to somewhat of a rough start. We had a little surprise show up on TV,” Cain said.

In recent days Cain has refused to answer questions about the allegations, saying he wants to get his campaign “back on message.” But he did take questions from Kimmel regarding the sexual harassment allegations, announcing a press conference on Tuesday, and the need to set the record straight on this latest “firestorm.”

“At least it wasn’t one of the many that have the first name ‘Anonymous’ -- so now this one actually had a name and a face and we’re gonna see who it was and what it was, and tomorrow we’re gonna have a press conference,” Cain added.

Cain spoke about the amount of money he has raised since these allegations came out, describing record fundraising numbers. Kimmel asked Cain if he thought the other candidates would hire women to charge them with sexual harassment.

Cain joked, “If they’re smart they will.”

Cain also discussed his Chief of Staff Mark Block and the now-famous ad featuring him smoking a cigarette. Cain said that while the ad was not his idea, he still thought Mark was fantastic.

“He was convincing, and the little thing at the end, where he was kind of taking a puff … Well, we have a saying in my campaign: let Herman be Herman, let Mark be Mark, and let people be people. That’s really one of the themes of my whole campaign: he smokes. He wasn’t trying to tell anybody else to smoke. But that’s him. That was Mark being Mark,” he said.

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