(CNN) - Mitt Romney will jump back into the public spotlight Wednesday night when he sits down with "Tonight Show" show host Jay Leno.
The late night talk show appearance by the former Massachusetts governor is his first with Leno since his bid for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination.
Romney, who is considering another run for the White House, was a guest on David Letterman's "Late Show" back in March.
Romney adviser and spokesman Eric Fehrnstrom says that the former governor has nothing to promote.
"Mitt enjoyed himself the last time he was on the show, and when they invited him back, he accepted. It should be a lot of fun," Fehrnstrom tells CNN.
Romney was very visible on the campaign trail in the three months leading up to the midterm elections, helping campaign for fellow Republicans, but he's been mostly out of the spotlight in the four weeks since the elections.
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