Rather than having a boring old interview with Jeb Bush, host Jimmy Fallon slow jammed the news with him on "The Tonight Show" Tuesday.

They covered Bush's announcement, his time as Florida governor, and his views on immigration. Fallon called Bush, who announced his super PAC in January and was an all-but-official candidate, a "caucus tease" who finally decided to "quit beating around the Bush."

Bush has "got lots of experience down south ... turned Florida from a limp peninsula, from a limp member, to a virile member of the U.S. economy," Fallon jammed. Bush even got to show off his Spanish skills.