Michelle Obama, on a press tour to promote the third anniversary of the “Let’s Move” campaign, has been all over the place for the past few days, popping up on late-night television, Sesame Street, and even at the Academy Awards.
FLOTUS got jiggy with it on Jimmy Fallon’s talk show, showing us the “evolution of the mom dance.” And her dougie moves solidified her status as the grooviest First Lady ever. (We’re sure Sasha and Malia don’t approve of any of this though.)
And, technically, Mo didn’t get to visit Sesame Street, but she did invite everyone’s favorite bird to the White House for a lesson in how to eat healthy and get exercise. The whole thing is positively adorable.
But the biggest surprise (and probably the best kept secret since the actual Argo case file), was Mrs. Obama at the Oscars presenting the Best Picture award to Argo. She looked stunning in a Naeem Khan dress and presented from the Diplomatic Room of the White House.
Obama wasn’t the first White House representative at the Academy Awards though — in 1941, Franklin D. Roosevelt addressed the Oscar audience via radio.