Ann Romney gave details Wednesday about the emergency landing her plane took last week due to an electrical problem.
"I'm just watching a movie, sitting there and all the sudden, the movie goes off and I turn around, and it was so shocking. The whole inside of the plane was full of smoke," Romney said in an interview that aired on "Access Hollywood Live."
Calmly, Romney said she turned to the other passengers and said, "Oh, this is a problem."
The chartered plane then took a "very, very quick descent," Romney said, adding that no one "really panicked."
"Everyone was doing their job, and we were going down fast," Romney said. "I mean they did say it's gonna feel like we were really going, it's like G-Force going down."
On Friday, the plane was headed to Los Angeles from Omaha but landed in Denver, where it was met with emergency vehicles on the runway.
"We landed, the door flew open, we flew, we got thrown off the airplane, and we were on the runway," Romney said in the interview. "I kept thinking to myself, this is Denver, this is a busy airport ... Can we go to the 'shoulder'?"
No injuries were reported among the crew and group of small passengers that included Romney, her press secretary and two Secret Service officers.
Her campaign said Friday that Romney spoke with her husband on the phone after the incident, which took place shortly before he held an event in Las Vegas.