WASHINGTON — Michelle Obama says she’s eyeing another campaign in 2016 and it doesn’t involve running for public office.

During her first appearance on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” on Friday, the host asked her to consider a Michelle-Hillary ticket for president in 2016. The latter is former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, who lost the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination to Barack Obama. Speculation is rampant that Clinton is gearing up to run again in 2016.

“You know, I have my eye actually on another job. And I hear that when Jay Leno retires that ‘The Tonight Show’ position is going to open and I’m thinking about putting my hat in the ring,” the first lady said, according to an excerpt of the appearance released by NBC.

“I got my hat in the ring,” Fallon replied.

She then asked for his opinion, but Fallon’s answer suggested he had a quick change of heart about challenging her. “I’m done thinking about it,” he said, laughing.

The first lady visited the late-night talk show to promote “Let’s Move,” her anti-childhood obesity campaign, which marked its third anniversary this month.

She also danced with Fallon, who was dressed like a woman.

Besides the appearance on “Late Night,” the first lady discussed the initiative while in New York City during segments taped for broadcast Tuesday on ABC’s “Good Morning America” and Thursday on “The Dr. Oz Show.” Next Wednesday, she embarks on a two-day promotional tour, with stops in Clinton, Miss.; Chicago; and Springfield, Mo.

For the second anniversary of “Let’s Move,” she and Fallon turned the East Room of the White House into a playground. They did pushups, twirled hula hoops, and competed at dodge ball and tug-of-war before the first lady triumphed over the comedian in a climactic potato sack race.

Depardieu calls Russian city home

MOSCOW — French actor Gerard Depardieu got a new permanent address in Russia — 1 Democracy Street — on Saturday, adding a final touch to his quest to get Russian citizenship.

After receiving his Russian passport from President Vladimir Putin last month, Depardieu had it stamped with the new address in Saransk, about 400 miles east of Moscow.

The actor has been at the center of a heated debate over tax exiles as France’s Socialist government proposes a hefty tax on the rich, but he has denied that he accepted the passport to escape the taxman.

Saransk is the provincial capital of the Mordovia region, home to a sprawling web of Soviet-era prison camps, where one of the members of the Pussy Riot band is serving her two-year sentence for an irreverent “punk prayer” against Putin.

‘Glee’ star to host celebrity game show on NBC

LOS ANGELES — NBC is launching a celebrity game show with Jane Lynch as host.

The network said Friday that it ordered eight episodes of “Hollywood Game Night” from producer-actor Sean Hayes.

The network says the former “Will & Grace” actor is basing the show on his own “game nights.” NBC says the new series will mix celebrities with regular folks who have the chance to compete for money.

Lynch already stars in Fox’s “Glee,” and she’s also due to make her Broadway debut in May in a revival of “Annie.”

NBC says “Hollywood Game Night” is planned for late summer but no air date has been set.