The "Late Show" brings Laura Benanti back as the first lady for a not-so-fond farewell.
Laura Benanti as the bogus FLOTUS also teased her reported memoir that’s more than a little inspired by former first lady Michelle Obama.
The Tony-winning actor and singer known for her Melania Trump impersonations offers her Christmas wish for a "man with a plan" in the White House.
Laura Benanti returns as the first lady in "The Late Show" spoof of the RNC.
Laura Benanti jumped into character as the bogus FLOTUS on "The Late Show" to poke fun at President Donald Trump's rally in Tulsa.
The Tony-winning actor and singer found a digital way to ward off coronavirus disappointment and got Lin-Manuel Miranda to join in, too.
Laura Benanti returned as the bogus FLOTUS to have her say on the rumors.
The Tony-winning actress is a pro at capturing life with a toddler.
“I could grab my bag and march out that door, but I really really really don’t want to be poor!"
Laura Benanti's joke throws off Stephen Colbert.