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When talk show host Steve Harvey interviewed President Obama last week, he talked him into chatting with some other guests: White House tourists. ןn an agreeable mood, Obama told Harvey, "Let's go spread some Christmas cheer," Obama said in a video clip provided by Harvey's publicists. Obama can also be seen greeting surprised participants on the White House tour: "You've got ears just like me," the president told one young man. "That gives you some special power." To a woman celebrating a special day: "You get a birthday hug." Harvey's interview with Obama, taped Friday, airs this Friday on his daytime television show. This week, reports surfaced on Tuesday that 59 unreleased tracks under the name, The Beatles Bootleg Recordings 1963 , popped up for sale on iTunes for $39.99. The release came as a surprise because the U.S. versions of the Beatles' albums were expected on Jan. As bootlegs generally are, the quality is a little fuzzy, but it's The Beatles, so who cares? While the reasoning behind the surprise release remains a mystery, the theory is that the tracks were released to beat a copyright a law from the EU. John Mayer and Katy Perry are really going for this whole cutest couple thing. The pair performed a sweet rendition of "Who You Love," even managing to sneak in a few kisses at the beginning. They also premiered the music video for "Who You Love," which featured a mix of snuggles, kisses, declarations of love and bull riding."Even if I didn't know Katy, it would have made perfect sense…For me it always had to be about the song…It's a pretty big moving target to be a couple and have a song but I think there's an authenticity to it when you hear it." Jon Hamm was spotted out and about in El Lay, with his lady love Jennifer Westfeldt , while getting some Holiday shopping done at Barneys. Who knows what gift items they left with but Jon was clearly not wearing any underwear. Maybe Jon should try buying some!