Entertainment News: michelle obama
Barack Obama was asked in a hard-hitting interview with The Atlantic whether he preferred rapper Jay-Z or Kanye West.
Obama said, "Jay-Z," which wasn't too surprising as he once called West a "jackass" and first lady Michelle Obama recently collaborated with Jay-Z's wife Beyonce Knowles for her campaign against childhood obesity.
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Robert De Niro joked that America isn't "ready for a white first lady" at a fundraiser for President Obama, which got presidential candidate Newt Gingrich up in arms.
De Niro and his wife Grace Hightower hosted the fundraiser on Monday night in New York City and the actor asked the crowd, "Callista Gingrich. Karen Santorum. Ann Romney... Now do you really think our country is ready for a white first lady?" Following the applause, De Niro joked, "Too soon, right?"
Jimmy Fallon made the mistake of challenging first lady Michelle Obama to a fitness competition to promote her Let's Move campaign.
The late night host visited the White House for Tuesday night's episode of "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon." His first embarrassment is showing up in a skintight electric blue lycra bodysuit, which Michelle immediately vetoes and the White House Portuguese water dog Bo (in his acting debut) looks at disapprovingly.
First lady Michelle Obama is set to appear on Monday's episode of "iCarly," where she will bring some comedy to her cause.
Obama visit the popular Nickelodeon series to bring awareness to her initiative, dubbed Joining Forces, which helps support and honor the nation's military families. The organization was the creation of the first lady and Vice President Joe Biden's wife Dr. Jill Biden.
Kim Kardashian has plenty on her plate, slamming rumors that her marriage is already on the rocks, but one family that won't be "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" are the Obamas.
In a recent interview with iVillage, first lady Michelle Obama said that Barack tried to make the popular reality series off limits for their daughters Malia, 13, and Sasha, 10.
First lady Michelle Obama is set to appear in an upcoming episode of "iCarly," according to a statement by the show's network, Nickelodeon, obtained by OnTheRedCarpet.com.
Obama will be on the show to bring awareness to her initiative dubbed Joining Forces which helps support and honor the nation's military families. The organization was the creation of the first lady and Vice President Joe Biden's wife Dr. Jill Biden.