President Barack Obama will appear on "The Tonight Show" on Wednesday, Oct. 24, just two weeks ahead of Election Day.
The guest appearance with "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno will be his fifth visit on the late night talk show. The chat will be his third interview with the comedian since he was elected president.
The president's Los Angeles visit is expected to snarl traffic in California. The Los Angeles Police Department has issued a statement advising drivers to avoid the areas between Los Angeles International Airport and NBC studios in the Burbank area.
"Every effort will be made to minimize the traffic impact to the public while the president is traveling through the city," the LAPD said according to the Los Angeles Times.
Obama is also scheduled to appear on MTV on Friday, Oct. 26. In the live 30-minute special, the president will answer questions from young voters in-person in Washington D.C and through questions submitted on MTV's Facebook page. Obama supporters still have a chance to have their questions answered by the president.
Submit questions to MTV's Facebook page here for a chance to have it answered by President Obama
"MTV's 'ASK OBAMA LIVE: an MTV Interview with the President' marks the first time in this campaign that either President Obama or Governor Romney have focused solely on young voter's top concerns - including jobs, the cost of college, rising student loan debt, social issues like LGBTQ rights, and immigration, to name a few - on a nationally televised program," MTV said in a statement. "MTV has invited Governor Romney to participate in a live, 30 minute special as well, and hopes to also conduct a sit down interview with him in advance of Election Day."
The president's appearance on MTV will come two days after his appearance on "The Tonight Show," and a week after he sat with Jon Stewart on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show."
"The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" airs weekdays at 11:35/10:35c on NBC.
"Ask Obama Live: An MTV Interview With the President" will air Friday, October 26 at 5 p.m. across all MTV screens.