A Very Presidential Man Crush Monday
Ladies, it’s Monday, and it’s President’s
Day, so what do you say we cash in on that combo and get to crushing?>>Yeah.>>Yes.
>>[APPLAUSE]>>Yes, okay.>>So with that, this is Man Crush Monday, President’s Day Edition.>>[APPLAUSE]
>>[LAUGH]>>So let me kick things off with my MCM.
>>Okay.>>I consider this man one of our country’s greatest creators and
protectors. It’s Jimmy blue eyes Carter.
>>[APPLAUSE]>>Okay, woo.>>[LAUGH]>>Okay.>>[LAUGH]>>I’m gonna teach you a few things about this 39th president with humble
beginnings on a Georgia peanut farm. Our president fought to protect 103 million acres of our national parks, plus
he started the Department of Energy and the Department of Education, which is still running strong today.
>>[APPLAUSE]>>In 2002, my MCM won the Nobel Peace Prize for
advocating peace and advancing democracy and human rights.
At 93, he’s still kicking it in Georgia and continues to volunteer his time and
efforts with the Habitat for Humanity, building homes for those in need.
You’re still the man, Mr President Carter. I can just see us now.>>[LAUGH]>>[APPLAUSE] [MUSIC]>>[LAUGH]>>That actually looks really real.>>It looks cute.>>Do I look like an Asian servant? Okay, if I were First Lady, I’d visit him while he works
late nights in the Oval Office. I’d stand behind my man while
he stands behind our country. I’d be his rock and he’d be my role MCM.>>[LAUGH]
>>All right, okay.
>>[APPLAUSE]>>There you have it.>>There you have it.>>You look like you belong in that office, girl.
>>It’s kinda weird to->>This President’s Day, you guys, I’m travelling back to the 1860s
to crush hard on the 6’4″ top hat-wearing Honest Abe himself,
our 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln.
>>[APPLAUSE]>>It’s easy to crush on the man who led us through the Civil War, stood up for
our country and all of its citizens, strengthened the federal government and
modernized the economy. And let us not forget,
he abolished slavery.>>Boom.>>[APPLAUSE]>>Seven score and 15 years ago, that’s 155 years ago,
at the infamous Gettysburg Address, my MCM invoked the founding
principles of the United States and reminded our country that we are a nation
built on the principle of human equality. Thank you, Mr. President.
>>[APPLAUSE]>>Swoon, I can just imagine.>>Uh-oh, I gotta see this.>>No, what’s happening, God.>>[LAUGH]>>Okay if I were his first lady, we’d share many a tender and quiet moment,
just me and the most influential man.>>That looks like you.>>Not only man of our nation but also my heart.
>>You still had your booty back then.
>>Yeah.>>[APPLAUSE]>>Used to wear those, corsets. A bustle.