Kanye West is hitting the road once again!
Calling into Steve Harvey's morning radio show, Yeezy said:
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Zendaya may have teamed up on an empowerment anthem with Michelle Obama, Kelly Clarkson, Missy Elliott, and more female stars, but just singing on This Is For My Girls wasn't enough for the performer — because now she's taking the next step!
Zendaya is helping to launch America Online's MAKERS STORIES app — a tech initiative giving 50 women a chance to be in the star-studded music video for the song!
The app, which is linked with Michelle Obama's Let Girls Learn initiative, is calling women from across the globe to submit clips — fifty of which will be chosen to appear in the video along side the First Lady and music superstars!
Zendaya sounded VERY excited about the app's launch and the entire This Is For My Girls initiative, saying in her own MAKERS STORIES clip (below):
Easter traditions are just so much fun, right?!
We especially love the annual Easter Egg Roll at the White House, because that's when all the stars come out to play!
On Monday, Barack Obama and co. celebrated the happy holiday with a BUNCH of celebrities!
Ch-ch-check out the four-year-old spending the fun-filled day with familiar faces from Sesame Street (below)!
Barack Obama is getting heat once again!
Over the past week, the president made an historic trip to Cuba to restore U.S. relations, and mixed business with pleasure when he attended a few innings of a baseball game on Tuesday.
But many critics weren't happy with Obama's sports spectating and on-air interview with ESPN the same day over 30 people were killed in the Brussels terror attacks.
So, after a video surfaced on Wednesday night featuring POTUS dancing the tango with Michelle Obama at a state dinner in Argentina, commentators put him on blast for his vacation-y optics in the wake of such a tragedy.
Thursday morning's panel of MSNBC's Morning Joe agreed that while Obama should not have cancelled his Argentina trip after the Brussels attack, he probably shouldn't be smiling in a Dancing With The Stars-esque photo op the day after he was doing the wave at a baseball game.
Council on Foreign Relations president Richard Haass said:
Who needs an interpreter when you have a bilingual daughter?!
Barack Obama is making history as the first in-office U.S. president to visit Cuba in 88 years — and he's making his trip a family affair!
Not only did Michelle Obama join the prez on his three-day trip on Sunday night, but their daughters Malia and Sasha tagged along as well!
And even though 17-year-old Malia was there on spring break, she was put to work as her dad's personal interpreter during a visit with locals!
On Monday, White House photographer Pete Souza shared a photo of POTUS charming locals with his daughter (above) on Instagram, writing:
Is there anything this wonderful woman CAN'T do?!
On Tuesday, Michelle Obama dropped a song — yes, a SONG — and it's quite the star-studded collaboration!
This Is For My Girls features the vocal prowess of fierce females Missy Elliott, Zendaya, Kelly Clarkson, Kelly Rowland, Janelle Monáe, Lea Michele, Jadagrace, and Chloe x Halle — AKA the singing sisters Beyoncé signed to her production company.
DAMN! That's a lot of lovely ladies!
The jam was created to raise awareness for the 52-year-old's Let Girls Learn initiative, which aims to help young women across the globe receive an education.
And while we don't get to hear the First Lady's voice on the Diane Warren-penned track, we do get to hear the girl power anthem on the radio!
Chloe x Halle will also be performing the song at the event!
The track will be available on iTunes at midnight, and all proceeds will go towards the Peace Corps' Let Girls Learn Fund.
But for now, ch-ch-check out some snippets (below)!
Forget NYC! The hottest Broadway musical is playing at the White House!
On Monday, the cast of Hamilton paid a visit to Barack Obama's house to perform for him and several high school students in Washington, D.C.!
Before Lin-Manuel Miranda and his crew did their thang, the President gave a HIGHlarious introduction where he called the show "one hot ticket." We definitely agree!