This had to be the best day in Robby Novak's life!
The 9-year-old boy is a YouTube sensation and motivational speaker that posts viral inspirational clips on a weekly basis on the video-sharing website, and while he self-appointed himself as Kid President, he finally got a chance to meet Barack Obama!!!
Over the Easter weekend, Novak participated in the Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House and also took part in an April Fool's Day prank, but what made his presence at the WH more AH-MAYZING was when our Prez gave him a tour of the Oval Office.
In the clip (above), you can see Robby joke around with Barack, take a peek at Martin Luther King's I Have a Dream speech and even look at a painting of Abraham Lincoln's telegraph.
Ready to watch the video??? Hit that play button (above)!
Willow Smith may already be a HUGE superstar, but sometimes she just wants to be a kid!
And even though we always want to see her doing her thang whether she's singing, dancing or acting… she recently pulled out of her role in the highly anticipated flick, Annie, and her pops, Will Smith is finally letting us know WHY.
While attending the seminar, Real Talk With Sister Souljah and Will Smith at Temple University in Philadelphia, the Bad Boys actor revealed:
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The new mommy gave birth to Barack Obama and Mitt Romney hours after Obama got re-elected, and she said:
And while Miz Heard received the restraining order, the Los Angeles Police Department is opening up about the alleged attack from over the weekend, saying there was no proof that a crime actually happened in her home.
LAPD Sgt. Marlon Marrache described officers' experience at the scene, saying: