Bill Clinton Goes to Hollywood to Discuss 'Hot Topics' with Queen Latifah

Bill Clinton Goes to Hollywood to Discuss 'Hot Topics' with Queen Latifah

Former President Bill Clinton has announced his next big television appearance in Hollywood, in which he will appear on the Queen Latifah Show this coming Friday.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, this marks the first time the Queen has had a president on her talk show, and Clinton is expected to discuss a wide range of “hot topics.”

The former President will be able to add the credit to his official IMDB account, which should help his STARmeter.

For a little back story on IMDB, the website is an electronic database for all things related to film and television. It also acts as an official resumé for actors and other T.V. personalities. 

Here are some fun facts from Bill’s professional page, which may offer insight into what he will talk about with Queen Latifah on Friday, besides his wife’s possible run for office in 2016 and his apparent love for ABC’s Scandal. 

Bill Clinton trivia, via IMDB:

Is an avid coin-collector 

Graduated from Hot Springs High School in Hot Springs, Arkansas in 1964

Listed in People Weekly‘s “Most Intriguing People” list. (December 25, 1995/January 1, 1996 issue)

Graduated from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. and received his law degree from Yale Law School, where he met his wife Hillary

Enjoys playing golf and the saxophone 

Daughter, Chelsea Clinton, born 27 February 1980

Impeached (the equivalent of indicted) by the U.S. House of Representatives, Dec., 1998, for “high crimes and misdemeanors” on a strictly party-line vote (all Republicans voted for it, all Democrats voted against it; since the Republicans controlled the House, the impeachment was approved) 

He is the second president to be impeached; the first was Andrew Johnson in 1868 (Richard Nixon would likely have faced impeachment, but he resigned before it came to that).

Admitted to having an affair with Monica Lewinsky [August, 1998]

Watch: A sneak peek of Friday’s show of “one of the most influential, progressive, and philanthropic leaders of our lifetime,” as per the Queen.