Bill Clinton could be moving back to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., but not because he'll be running the show!

While chatting with David Letterman on The Late Show Tuesday, the former president dished that he would be willing to move back into the White House, but there are three conditions that have to be met, all involving wife Hillary Clinton.

"First of all, Hillary has to win the nomination," he explained. "If she wins the nomination, then she has to win the election. If she wins the election the chances are 100 percent I'll move back—if I'm asked."

So there's a chance Bill won't be returning even if his wife does win the presidency LOL! But, he explained, if someone invites you to the White House you can't say no.

"My experience is since I left the White House when a president of either party asks you say yes, so I hope I'll be invited," Hillary's husband joked. 

Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton

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Although he kept a sense of humor about a possible return to the White House for he and his wife, the former POTUS had nothing but support for his wife and her campaign. "It'd be a good thing for America if she won," he said. "I hope she does."

He also opened up about how his granddaughter, Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky, helped him and his wife wake up "in a good humor" and "be grateful."

"I urge her to just go out there and have a good time telling America what she wanted to do...and just be grateful," he said. "We've had a wonderful life and I'm grateful."

Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton Campaign

Not only does Hillary have the support of her husband, she also has the backing of many Hollywood A-listers including Olivia Wilde. The 31-year-old actress recently told E! News that she was "thrilled" Hillary is running.

"I'm so excited as a Brooklynite that Hillary's campaign office is going to be in Brooklyn Heights," said Wilde, who has previously expressed her support for President Barack Obama. "I'm so excited."

When asked if she would participate in the campaign process, Jason Sudeikis' partner noted the importance of people making their own difference. "I think it's important to participate," she said. "Everyone is entitled to their own opinion but you can't complain if you don't show up and participate. So I'm excited about people volunteering, about people standing up for what they believe in."

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