“Extra’s” Mario Lopez joined First Lady Michelle Obama in Miami for an exclusive interview, as she continued to spread the word about her Let’s Move initiative.
The First Lady's star-studded 50th birthday bash took place Saturday night, and the hosts imposed a strict “no social media” policy and banned all cell phones.
On Sunday, however, Beyoncé released a collection of photographs, including a cute one with the Obamas’ dog, Sunny.
Bey performed a few of her hits at the party, including “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” and “To the Left,” while another guest, Stevie Wonder, reportedly gave a more impromptu performance with songs like “Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours” and “Do I Do.”
Soon-to-be birthday girl Michelle Obama is chillin’, island style!
According to the White House, the First Lady is spending a few days at her home in Hawaii to be with "friends ahead of her upcoming 50th birthday party [on January 17]," including pal Oprah Winfrey.
Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt has become an internet sensation after taking a selfie with President Barack Obama and Britain’s David Cameron at the Nelson Mandela memorial in Johannesburg.says the memorial had a “carnival atmosphere” and snapping cell phone pictures during the celebration wasn’t out of place.
Plus, Kass is dishing on the President's favorite food. Watch!
To find out more about how you can help, go to LetsMove.gov.
Relentless tweeter Amanda Bynes spares no one in her “ugly” proclamations, including President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.
"Barack Obama and Michelle Obama are ugly!" the former Nickelodeon star tweeted on Monday morning.
Bynes tweeted to actor Matt Prokop that his girlfriend, “Modern Family” star Sarah Hyland, "has an ugly face like you" after he encouraged Amanda to "look in a mirror... Stop getting work done. Save what's left."
Michelle Obama will NOT be interrupted! As she was giving a speech at a fundraiser on Tuesday, a heckler spoke up, rankling the First Lady, who then threatened to leave.ABC News reports Mrs. Obama was speaking at a Democratic National Committee fundraiser in Washington, D.C. when a woman in the audience began shouting about gay and lesbian rights.