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Mitt Romney Helps Jimmy Fallon Slow Jam the News (Video)

Former presidential candidate offers his thoughts on the upcoming State of the Union address — in musical form

Former Massachusetts governor and presidential candidate Mitt Romney showed off a new talent Friday night: His ability to slow jam the news.

Romney dropped in on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” on Friday, helping host Fallon deliver the news in seductive musical form while showing off his smooth flow.

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The topic of the segment: President Barack Obama's upcoming State of the Union address. Romney took the opportunity  to get in some digs at Obama's health care plan.

“Of course, 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,” Romney said. “Such as lower than expected enrollment  and employees getting dropped from their existing plans. Not to mention an Obamacare website that has been riddled with technical problems and glitches.”

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“Mmm, mmm, mmm — glitch, please,” Fallon added.

Romney also worked in a plug for the Netflix documentary “Mitt,” which chronicles Romney's two presidential runs.

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Watch Fallon and Romney duet below.