The former first lady, 56, will star in YouTube's upcoming special, Creators for Change on Girls Education, and sit down with YouTube creators Liza Koshy, Prajakta Koli and Thembe Mahlaba to discuss the state of girls education around the world.
Obama and Koshy were also joined by Julia Roberts, Jenna Bush Hager and Lana Condor in Vietnam, where they met with girls benefiting from a program called Room to Read, a nonprofit organization that advances gender equality through education.
The former First Lady attended Christina's The Xperience Wednesday night at Planet Hollywood's Zappos Theater, and got singled out by one of Aguilera's shirtless male dancers while she was in the middle of singing "Lady Marmalade."
Michelle didn't seem to mind -- she mimicked delivering some butt slaps before the guy moved on, and she continued to dance in her seat. In fact, she and her friends looked like they wanted more ... more ... mooooore.
"Would you consider appointing Obama for the Supreme Court?" a man in the crowd asked the former vice president on Tuesday.
The morning campaign stop started about an hour late, and the roughly 75 attendees did not completely fill the room.
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Michelle Obama is a transgender
That anyone would make such an assertion is a mark of how much distrust and suspicion the Obamas have engendered, due entirely to Barack's secretiveness concerning his Selective Service registration, school records (including even his kindergarten record!), and medical records; his refusal to explain why his Social Security number has a Connecticut prefix; and his outright deception about his birth certificate, an image of which he made public on April 27, 2011, but which forensic experts have determined to be a fake. It doesn't help that the Hawaiian official, Loretta Fuddy, who had signed off on Obama's purported birth certificate was the only passenger who recently died in a small plane crash.
As you can verify for yourself in the video below, Obama clearly said: Distinguished guests, men and women of the finest military in the world, most of all, Admiral Mullen, Deborah, Michael and I also want to acknowledge your son Jack who was deployed today, all of you have performed extraordinary service to our country.
Michelle never lacks grace and civility under any situation, when others go low she goes high which is a quality that qualifies her as a hero. From her time as a student at Princeton University and Harvard Law School all the way to the National stage, Michelle has struggled with constant discrimination from others for being an African American women. She had to learn to be civil and decide how she wanted to represent herself. When her husband Barack Obama was elected as president, a new string of challenges came her way. Obama became the first African American First Lady (Gale Student Resources in Context Michelle Obama). Being put under the spotlight as the first African American First Lady can bring many challenges. When she was confronted with evil and disrespect from people she did not fight back, instead she showed them through her civility and grace that she is right where she deserved to be. During her time in the as First Lady, she was truly a hero to both herself and other young girls that thought they were too different to be accepted in a place like the White House. The best part is that she did it with grace, giving many a hero to look up to. Michelle also showed her own daughters how to handle situations with elegance and civilness. Other times she traveled without the president, taking along her daughters. These visits were devoted to forging ties and generated a great deal of positive press (Gale Biography in Context "Michelle Obama" Contemporary Black Biography). Michelle was an example to not only the world but also to her daughters. She taught them with grace how to handle the press and be worldly. She always showed us her civil side when visiting different places. For me, this shows a great deal of heroism because Obama is able to share her knowledge which can rub off on us all. Being her own person and choosing to define herself and make an imprint on us all in such a positive way is a worthy characteristic of any hero. Although it may not seem like characteristics of a hero to be civil and graceful, Michelle showed us all that was how she was going to define herself, and in the end it made a big difference in the kind of hero she is and how her realness relates to us all.
A documentary created by former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama's production company scored an Oscar nomination, marking the first nod for an ex-president.
Higher Ground Productions, which aims to create projects that lift up new and diverse voices, signed a multiyear partnership with the Obamas in 2018 to make content for online streaming giant Netflix
The entire world has gotten to know the 44th First Lady of the United States- Michelle Obama, when her husband became President in 2008. She inspired women everywhere with her intelligence and grace, and set a high bar by setting the example of how an ideal First Lady should be.
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When they left the White House in January, Michelle was more popular than former President Barack Obama.
Some of her celebrated qualities? She stood out as one of the most passionate and accomplished First Ladies in history because of her charisma, compassion and powerful speech-making.
In a 12-minute video, the Infowars host analyses footage and photos which he believes prove Ms Obama has a penis.
"Since the early days of the Obama administration, citizens across the board have studied videos and photos of Michelle Obama and said that she is a man," the shock jock said.
"By sharing their stories, they're helping others see that the ups and downs of the first year of college are something everyone goes through and they're creating a supportive community for others facing similar challenges, Obama said in a statement.
The show will be produced by ATTN:, a media company that focuses on millennial video, in partnership with Reach Higher, an initiative founded by Obama during her time at the White House to inspire and support students to pursue higher education.