Reminder: YouTube Obama Interview Streams Live Today 2:30PM ET [Updated with Video]

Over 139,632 questions and 1.3 million votes were been submitted for Obama's YouTube interview, which will stream live later on today, at 2:30PM Eastern Time. Find out where to watch after the jump.

Over 139,632 questions and 1.3 million votes were been submitted for Obama’s YouTube interview, which will stream live later on today, at 2:30PM Eastern Time. Will you be watching?

YouTube is no longer accepting new questions or votes, as the interview will be taking place in a few hours, but the million-plus votes that were cast are sure to have narrowed down the final questions to a set that are relevant to many people in the YouTube audience. Not surprisingly, the legalization of marijuana seemed to be a hot topic amongst YouTubers, as well as civil rights, health care reform and education.

Although some people took the task of asking Obama a question a little less seriously than others, such as YouTuber horenziandthealps, who asked, “Dear Mr. President, why can’t you be more like this guy?” with a link to Eminem’s live performance of ‘The Real Slim Shady’, I’ve got a feeling that we are going to see some really interesting questions and ideas brought up in the interview this afternoon.

You can tune in to watch YouTube’s Interview With The President later this afternoon on the YouTube World View channel at YouTube.com/worldview. Following the live stream we will be posting the interview here for viewers that want to watch it after the fact. Did you get the chance to ask President Obama a question?

Update January 28, 2011: For those of you that missed the live streaming of the interview yesterday, here’s the video: