Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:

"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET

There was dancing in the streets all over Iraq after Sunday's historic vote. How is the rest of the Arab world reacting to the country's step towards democracy? We'll ask Barbara Ferguson, Washington bureau chief of Arab News.

How hard will it be to find a jury who'll be impartial enough to ignore all the pre-trial publicity in the Michael Jackson (search) case? We'll ask Steven Greenberg, criminal defense attorney.

Plus, what do Iraqi voters think of the election? Jim Hake, founder of Spirit of America, weighs in.

"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET

How are the candidates in Iraq's elections reacting to their country's voter turnout? We'll ask one of them, Adnan Pachachi, running with the Iraqi Independent Democratic Party.

What's the biggest challenge facing the court in the jury selection process for Michael Jackson's trial? We'll get the legal lowdown from FOX News legal analyst, Peter Johnson Jr.

The president is preparing for Wednesday night's State of the Union address. But Democrats are already countering it with their own message. Smart move? We'll ask political strategist, Ed Rollins.

Plus, the one and only Jane Seymour, drops in.

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