Michelle Obama and Stephen Colbert Reveal Their One Wish On "The Late Show"

One thing is certain and it's that First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama are exiting the White House office in a memorable way.

Making their mark on magazine covers, going full throttle on interviews pre-election, and even appearing on hit television shows, the Obamas are certainly making the most of the next few months.

But while they will no longer be FLOTUS and POTUS after November 8, they certainly won't be out of the spotlight. Not so sure? In her most recent gig, Mrs. Obama was streamed across TV sets for all who watched "The Late Show" with Stephen Colbert this week.


The First Lady Stephen Colbert #LetGirlsLearn Watch the @ColbertLateShow tonight at 11:35pm ET!

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On the episode, she discussed her "Let Girls Learn" initiative, hung out in a blanket fort with Colbert, imitated her husband, gushed about Beyoncé and Joe Biden, and they both revealed the one thing they would ask for if given one wish.

And they had the same one: "Improve access to education for the 62 million girls worldwide who are not in school."

Don't miss your chance to help make their wish come true. Download MAKERS' executive produced song "This Is For My Girls" on iTunes — 100 percent of the proceeds will go to the Peace Corps Let Girls Learn Fund.

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