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Michelle Obama has been fighting childhood obesity over the past five years with her Let's Move! campaign, which is helping to get kids more physically active!
On Thursday, the First Lady appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to launch her new initiative: FNV!
In the clip, FLOTUS explains that the campaign encourages kids to make healthier choices about food, specifically their fruits and vegetables!
Though the campaign title was a bit confusing for Kimmel, who thought FNV was more of an explicit threat to children to "eat your effin' vegetables"!
Grab some broccoli and check out the funny clip (below)!
Take a place in line, Michelle Obama!
"I would be Beyoncé. I've got the hands."
Check out the 51-year-old paying homage to Queen B (below)!
Avril Lavigne finally returns to the stage!
On Saturday, the Hello Kitty singer performed her latest single Fly during the Special Olympics World Games!
Debuting her new song at the opening ceremony for the El Lay event marked the 30-year-old's first performance in over a year!
Last month, Lavigne opened up about battling Lyme Disease since she was diagnosed in 2014, explaining she is going through treatment and is expected to make a full recovery.
The singer shared a heartfelt sentiment on her Instagram, revealing that she wrote the new song to "encourage people who are facing challenges, to encourage strength and to empower."
Michelle Obama wants to get the White House in pristine condition before she leaves!
It's been reported that the First Lady has redecorated the White House State Dining Room — at the small price of $595,000!
A few of the modest changes include silk draperies, custom made mahogany chairs (with "horsehair" fabric and trimmed with brass nail heads, of course!)
The update has been in the works since 2012, upon the arrival of two new custom-made wool rugs — so they can be switched out for cleaning!
This refurbishment isn't FLOTUS's first dramatic unveiling of an updated room in the White House.
In February, the 51-year-old
In an unprecedented move, 50 Girl Scouts descended upon the White House lawn on Tuesday, shocking America and making camp for the night.
No, this isn't some sort of coup — it's actually just the first time anyone's ever spent the night on the South Lawn!
Michelle kicked off the event with an adorable introduction, saying:
"I really just wanted to formally welcome you to the White House. There it is, it's right there.
You're making history, this is something you can tell you kids and your grand kids, do you understand the impact of this day?"
Naturally, the 10 and 11-year-olds didn't quite understand how significant their sleepover actually was, but at least Michelle seemed to have fun!
Ch-ch-check out how the historic day unfolded (below)!!!
On Tuesday evening, the First Lady of the United States answered a fan's fitness question by showing them her favorite five fitness moves and one of them definitely packs a BIG punch!
Srsly, this is one FLOTUS you definitely don't want to mess with. The warning goes out to you too, Mr. President!
That's so Raven?!
Recently, a grassroots campaign called "Women On 20s" started a viral frenzy when they proposed that former president Andrew Jackson be taken off the $20 bill and replaced with African-American abolitionist Harriet Tubman — who during the 1800s used the Underground Railroad to rescue approximately seventy family and friends from slavery.
Well apparently Tubman's work just doesn't impress Raven-Symoné!
On Wednesday's episode of The View, the former child star revealed that she didn't like the idea of putting the historical legend on such currency!
"No offense to everyone that's going to be mad at me for saying this, I don't like that idea… I think we need to move a little bit more forward. Let me just preface that I understand the history, I get it, trust me, I was taught, I was in that culture… I would've chosen Rosa Parks."
As to why she would've chosen Parks over Harriet Tubman, the 29-year-old believes the former is more progressive and more in-line with our current political landscape: