The cast of the hit FOX series "Glee" performed at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday.
The young stars posted photos on their Twitter accounts. They were all overwhelmed with excitement from singing for the First Family and meeting President Obama.
Check out photos of the cast and other celebs at the event.
Sasha and Malia Obama got to stay up late on a school night.
Michelle Obama took the first daughters, 8 and 11 respectively, to a Miley Cyrus concert Tuesday night in Washington, D.C., according to ABC News.
It's not the first time the tweens have watched the "Party in the USA" perform. Cyrus, 16, also took the stage at the Kids Ball on Inauguration Day.
Earlier this summer, the Obama girls went to a Beyoncé concert with their mom. They also met their favorite group, the Jonas Brothers, during a scavenger hunt the night they moved into the White House.
What is the best way to welcome two tweens to their new home? With the Jonas Brothers, of course! Last night, Malia and Sasha Obama were paid a very special White House visit by the "Burnin' Up" boys.
ABC News reports the First Daughters invited some pals from their new school, Sidwell Friends, to watch "High School Musical 3" and "Bolt" and participate in a scavenger hunt around their new D.C. home. White House ushers organized a similar hunt for Chelsea Clinton when she first moved into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in 1993, but this time around was a little different. At the end of the hunt, the sisters opened a door to find their favorite heartthrobs -- Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas. OMG!!!
To relive the most memorable moments of the inauguration, click here!
It's no secret that Malia and Sasha are "Hannah Montana" fans, but did the first daughters really choose the Kids' Inaugural Ball lineup, including Miley?
That's true! Cyrus shared the stage with rapper Bow Wow last night, who revealed to "Extra" that the lineup for "The Kids' Inaugural: We Are the Future" was planned by Obama's girls. "It was all Obama's daughters," said Bow Wow. "They chose the lineup to perform, they chose me, so I was happy."
As their father takes office today, Malia and Sasha prepare for the transition to life at the White House. Their predecessors, Jenna and Barbara Bush, penned an open letter to the new girls -- reminding them that it's still okay to slide down banisters and dress up for Halloween.
Malia and Sasha dressed in J.Crew coats in the winter chill for their dad's big day!
A rep for J.Crew dished to Life & Style magazine that the First Daughters bundled up in peacoats from the "crewcuts" collection to watch Barack's inaugural address. Malia, 10, opted for a bright blue coat tied with a bow, while sister Sasha, 7, went for the same coat in a pale pink and orange.
Watch out Disney stars -- Malia and Sasha Obama are fast becoming fashion influences in the tween and teen demographic!
The mini style gurus, who have an open invitation to appear on "Hannah Montana," have taken the fashion world by storm as more kids and parents shop to scoop up outfits worn by the future First Daughters at high-profile events.
"We've sold hundreds since election night," Kevin Gray, sales manager for Gerson & Gerson, tells the New York Post of Sasha's black election-night dress. The frock, formerly known as the "crystal pleat social dress" is now labeled the "Sasha" after the 7-year-old.
Obama's youngest daughter also made style waves with her outfit for the first day of school -- a Primp peace-sign hoodie which sells at Bloomingdale's, but is currently sold out.
Even Kelly Ripa's daughter can't ignore the influence of the tiny fashion plates! The talk show host revealed earlier this week that her 8-year-old tot Lola is obsessed with the sisters, and wants to be just like them -- including sporting the clothes that Malia and Sasha wear.
Pilar Guzman, Editor-in-Chief of Cookie magazine, revealed that the appeal of the girls' style comes from a mix of designer and affordable threads. "They're very chic, but there's nothing obnoxious about it," she told the paper. "It's high style, but there's enough of a mix that it's OK."
Barack Obama has penned a personal letter to his daughters, Sasha and Malia, explaining he ran for the Presidency "because of what I want for you and for every child in this nation." The letter, appearing Jan. 18 in Parade magazine, reads:
Dear Malia and Sasha,
I know that you've both had a lot of fun these last two years on the campaign trail, going to picnics and parades and state fairs, eating all sorts of junk food your mother and I probably shouldn't have let you have. But I also know that it hasn't always been easy for you and Mom, and that as excited as you both are about that new puppy, it doesn't make up for all the time we've been apart. I know how much I've missed these past two years, and today I want to tell you a little more about why I decided to take our family on this journey.
When I was a young man, I thought life was all about me--about how I'd make my way in the world, become successful, and get the things I want. But then the two of you came into my world with all your curiosity and mischief and those smiles that never fail to fill my heart and light up my day. And suddenly, all my big plans for myself didn't seem so important anymore. I soon found that the greatest joy in my life was the joy I saw in yours. And I realized that my own life wouldn't count for much unless I was able to ensure that you had every opportunity for happiness and fulfillment in yours. In the end, girls, that's why I ran for President: because of what I want for you and for every child in this nation.
I want all our children to go to schools worthy of their potential--schools that challenge them, inspire them, and instill in them a sense of wonder about the world around them. I want them to have the chance to go to college--even if their parents aren't rich. And I want them to get good jobs: jobs that pay well and give them benefits like health care, jobs that let them spend time with their own kids and retire with dignity.
I want us to push the boundaries of discovery so that you'll live to see new technologies and inventions that improve our lives and make our planet cleaner and safer. And I want us to push our own human boundaries to reach beyond the divides of race and region, gender and religion that keep us from seeing the best in each other.
Sometimes we have to send our young men and women into war and other dangerous situations to protect our country--but when we do, I want to make sure that it is only for a very good reason, that we try our best to settle our differences with others peacefully, and that we do everything possible to keep our servicemen and women safe. And I want every child to understand that the blessings these brave Americans fight for are not free--that with the great privilege of being a citizen of this nation comes great responsibility.
That was the lesson your grandmother tried to teach me when I was your age, reading me the opening lines of the Declaration of Independence and telling me about the men and women who marched for equality because they believed those words put to paper two centuries ago should mean something.
She helped me understand that America is great not because it is perfect but because it can always be made better--and that the unfinished work of perfecting our union falls to each of us. It's a charge we pass on to our children, coming closer with each new generation to what we know America should be.
I hope both of you will take up that work, righting the wrongs that you see and working to give others the chances you've had. Not just because you have an obligation to give something back to this country that has given our family so much--although you do have that obligation. But because you have an obligation to yourself. Because it is only when you hitch your wagon to something larger than yourself that you will realize your true potential.
These are the things I want for you--to grow up in a world with no limits on your dreams and no achievements beyond your reach, and to grow into compassionate, committed women who will help build that world. And I want every child to have the same chances to learn and dream and grow and thrive that you girls have. That's why I've taken our family on this great adventure.
I am so proud of both of you. I love you more than you can ever know. And I am grateful every day for your patience, poise, grace, and humor as we prepare to start our new life together in the White House.
Welcome to Washington, Malia and Sasha! The future First Daughters woke up bright and early this morning for their first day of school at D.C.'s prestigious Sidwell Friends School.
Tuition at the private school is about $29,000 per year, and they've educated some of the country's brightest students, with Chelsea Clinton among the famous alums of Sidwell. Mom Hillary, the nation's next Secretary of State, tells "Extra" she's been advising Michelle Obama. "We have talked a couple of times," said Hillary. "She asks all the right questions -- I know she's going to do a terrific job."
Barack, Michelle and the girls are currently staying in a suite at Washington's Hay-Adams Hotel, where this pic of the girls preparing to leave for school was snapped. Some say the famous hotel is haunted by the ghost of Henry Adams' wife!
On January 15, the Obama family will move to Blair House, the official guest quarters of the White House. After Barack's inauguration on the 20th, the family will then settle into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue!