Ann Romney wants her husband to appear on Saturday Night Live.
The Hill reports Mitt's better half told Entertainment Tonight she'd favor her husband appearing on the show, and she would consider a cameo appearance as well.
"I think he should [appear on the show]. I'll weigh in on that," Ann Romney said during an interview on "Entertainment Tonight" that aired Thursday night. "At some point I think it'd be fun for him to do that."
According to his wife, Mitt Romney is "a very funny guy" and does not have the perfect hair that "SNL" frequently mocks. The former Massachusetts governor has a reputation for being well-coiffed and unflappable. Ann Romney said when her husband doesn't comb his hair, it gets messy. She has previously revealed that the Romneys' 16 grandchildren enjoy playing with Mitt's hair.
Romney would not be the first GOP candidate to appear on the show with his impersonator. Republican 2008 vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin appeared on "SNL" with Tina Fey during the last presidential cycle. President Obama, then a senator from Illinois, also appeared on the show in November 2007.