Potential first lady of the United States Ann Romney stopped by “The Tonight Show” for the first time Tuesday night and talked about love at first sight, Mitt Romney’s dancing skills and what a Mormon president would mean for the country.
Leno asked if when she met her future husband in high school it was love at first sight.
“It was for me. We met at this party and I will tell you my heart was ‘womp-womp, womp-womp,'” she said. “For me it was love … and I think it was for him, too.”
Romney gave a diplomatic answer about whether or not her husband of 43 years is a good dancer. “You know, Jay, he’s gotten to be a better dancer,” she said.
On a more serious note, the host asked about what it would mean for the country to elect its first Mormon president.
“I love the fact that we have the first African-American president — that means to me that we are leaving prejudices behind,” Romney said. “I would hope that if Mitt were elected we would see more of the same.”