This is awful!
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This is the cutest!!!
Already turning heads — the movie has been nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival – the flick follows Barack and Michelle through the summer of '89, when they first met, and more specifically, for their first date!
With Tika Sumpter as Michelle and Parker Sawyers playing Barack, the coming attraction chronicles the future President and First Lady's struggles, hopes, and dreams on the south side of Chicago that summer.
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (above) and head back to that special point in the summer of '89, as on-screen Barack and Michelle go from the Art Institute of Chicago to a night time screening of Spike Lee's Do The Right Thing!
Only one gripe… shouldn't the movie really be called First Date?! Right?? Ha!!
Now that Barack Obama is in the last year of his presidency, it's time to think about another career.
Might we suggest hip hop??
In another amazing mashup from BaracksDubs, the POTUS with the mostus performs fresh hit Panda by Desiigner!
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
And, luckily for Mr. and Mrs. Obama, they bumped into an AW-dorable surprise guest… Prince George!
The tiny tot was rocking some precious pajamas and a robe while hanging out in the hallway before the big meal got started!
The Palace even caught the sweet encounter on camera, posting this snap of the world leaders playing with the young royal (above)!
But, that's not all! Officials also shared several other sweet shots of the cuddly little man! Ch-ch-check them out (below)!
On Friday, POTUS criticized the state law during a press conference on his three day visit to London.
In response to the U.K.'s travel advisory warning British citizens about possible discrimination when traveling to certain states, Obama encouraged tourists that they will be "treated with extraordinary hospitality" if they stop by North Carolina.
However, the president made it clear that he thinks their new legislation should be "overturned." He said:
A vision in purple!
And while we know FLOTUS has one of the most well-planned wardrobes on the planet — we can't help but wonder if Michelle's embroidered magenta and violet Oscar de la Renta dress is somehow a tribute to yesterday's passing of Prince.
As you know, the Purple Rain music legend died on Thursday in his Minnesota home. Many fans and colleagues have been honoring the late musician by wearing his signature color — purple.
Meanwhile, the President looked classic in a black suit with a blue striped tie.
As for the birthday
princess Queen, the 90-year-old dressed in a pale blue/lavender suit and her signature pearls.
What a royal affair!
[Image via AP Images.]
It's almost impossible to overstate Prince's influence — and not just on the music world.
The music legend even inspired future world leaders.
President Barack Obama himself released an official statement on :
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This sounds like the best dinner date EVER.
In an official statement, it was revealed President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama will take a trip to Kensington Palace on April 22. The pair will be hosted for dinner by none other than Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Hmm, we wonder if the royals will infuse some Indian cuisine into the meal — they did just get back from an epic trip to the country, after all!
In the announcement, Kate and Will's reps' gushed:
"Their Royal Highnesses are very much looking forward to welcoming President and Mrs. Obama to Kensington Palace."
Should be a blast! Considering the prince and his bro Prince Harry visited POTUS a few times before, it makes sense they'd return the favor.
To make the situation even sweeter, the Obamas will also pay a visit to Elizabeth II and Prince Philip for lunch.
Can't wait for the pics! Travel safe, you two!
[Image via Bauer Griffin Online.]