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In this image taken from video and provided by World Wide Pants, Inc., first lady Michelle Obama reads the "Top Ten Reasons to Watch the Democratic National Convention," on the set of “The Late Show with David Letterman,” via satellite on Wednesday in New York.

Michelle Obama reads Top 10 list on Letterman show

NEW YORK — Michelle Obama is getting to be a regular on David Letterman's "Late Show."

The first lady delivered Letterman's Top 10 list on Wednesday's show, a night after her speech before the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C. It was a week after her last appearance on the CBS show, her fourth time this year.

Obama presented the "Top Ten Reasons to Watch the Democratic National Convention."

No. 6: "As a healthy alternative, we're using low-fat confetti."

No. 4: "There will be no Kiss Cam."

And the No. 1 reason to watch the convention, according to the first lady, "At long last, I'll reveal who I'm voting for."

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