Entertainment 'Tonight Show's' Female Writers Pen Thank You Notes to Hillary Clinton

11:53  05 october  2017
11:53  05 october  2017 Source:   hollywoodreporter.com

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" Thank you , Hillary Clinton , for being the first female candidate to run in a presidential election from a major American party," one staffer wrote . Clinton posed for selfies, gave out hugs and looked moved by the outpouring of sentiment from the show ' s writers .

The “ Thank You Notes ” penned on “The Tonight Show ” Wednesday were something special. One by one, the female writers of the Jo Firestone ― took the chair usually occupied by host Jimmy Fallon to write words of gratitude to guest (and former Democratic presidential candidate) Hillary Clinton .

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In a treacly and cringe-inducing segment on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon,” the show ’ s female writers - and surprise guest Miley Cyrus - wrote “ thank - you notes ” to former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton .

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Hillary Clinton dropped by the Tonight Show on Wednesday night to promote her new books and to offer her thoughts on the current crises facing the nation, including the recent Las Vegas mass shooting and Hurricane Maria's effect on Puerto Rico.

After an interview with host Jimmy Fallon, Clinton was surprised by the show's female writers who came on stage for a special version of the popular "Thank You Notes" segment, dedicated to the former secretary of state.

Hillary Clinto 'Tonight Show' - H Screengrab 2017© Screengrab Hillary Clinto 'Tonight Show' - H Screengrab 2017 Accompanied by the familiar, reflective piano theme that scores Fallon's note-writing, the female scribes penned heartfelt messages to Clinton, who sat beside them, smiling.

"Thank you, Hillary Clinton, for being the first female candidate to run in a presidential election from a major American party," one staffer wrote.

Hillary posed for selfies, gave out hugs, and looked moved by the outpouring of sentiment from the show's writers.

The biggest surprise came at the end, however, when Miley Cyrus, who was in the midst of a week-long residency at The Tonight Show, came on stage to tearfully write a personal thank-you to Clinton.

Clinton responded by quoting one of the singer's songs: "As Miley would say, 'We can't stop, and we won't stop.' "

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