She has puffy hair - lots of it - wears tight jeans and suspenders, and asks questions of the three bachelors like "What was the most famous girl you ever dated famous for?

" The host says she hails from British Columbia, is multi-talented, works in public relations and enjoys the arts, theater and the great outdoors.

He also welcomes her as "the cute and curvaceous Jennifer Granholm." Another question Granholm asks: "What form of transportation should all girls be built like and why?

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She defeated Engler's Lieutenant Governor Dick Posthumus by 51% to 47% and became Michigan's first female governor on January 1, 2003.

She was re-elected to a second term in 2006 against Republican businessman Dick De Vos by a large margin and served until January 1, 2011, when she was term-limited.

Granholm ran for Attorney General of Michigan in 1998 to succeed thirty-seven year Democratic incumbent Frank J. She defeated Republican John Smietanka, the 1994 nominee and former U. Attorney for the Western District of Michigan, by 52% to 48% and served from 1999 to 2003.

She ran for Governor in 2002 to succeed Republican John Engler.

Jennifer Granholm's past - an appearance on the Dating Game.

She's acknowledged her appearance on the show in the past, but now we get to see it. Y., told the Free Press he came across the footage on the Facebook page of a friend who was one of the losing contestants on the show with Granholm.

Sadly -- or perhaps not -- Granholm's pairing on the show didn't work out.

She didn't even go on the Palm Springs getaway with the lucky winner, and is now married to leadership expert and UC-Berkeley faculty member Daniel Mulhern.

Note to Michigan Republican opposition researchers: Step up your game.

Somehow, no one turned up this epic clip of Jennifer Granholm, the current Current TV host and former Michigan governor, when she was running for office.

She graduated with a BA in 1984 and then with a JD from Harvard Law School, where she served as Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review.