Former Massachusetts governor, 2012 Republican presidential candidate and current Sundance documentary film subject Mitt Romney became the latest addition to Jimmy Fallon's "Slow-Jam the News" lineup on Friday.
The skit has previously featured President Barack Obama and NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams reading headlines over a R&B groove as the Late Night host interjects Barry White-style commentary straight out of those old "Quiet Storm" DJ sketches from Saturday Night Live, topped with a musical punchline from Roots bandleader Questlove.
Romney, who is trying to showcase his informal side in the documentary Mitt, was set to casual mode, sporting blue jeans along with his jacket and tie.
A sample interchange about Tuesday's upcoming State of the Union address:
Romney: "The president will also be discussing his health care plan, with many hoping to hear his solutions to some of the issues that have affected its rollout, including lower-than-expected enrollment and employees getting dropped from their existing plans. Not to mention an Obamacare Web site that has been riddled with technical problems and glitches."
Fallon: "Glitch, please. You gotta listen to the Mitt-Man. He had a program that worked for the people of Massachusetts. And let's just say it didn't suffer from any 'performance problems' in the hardware department."
Questlove: "Things could get scary if you catch a fever. Like being in a car with Justin Bieber."