The White House has told Entertainment Tonight that President Barack Obama's wife is sharing her Snap story to "encourage students in the US to follow her trip," as she teams up with Meryl Streepand Freida Pinto to fight for the 62 million girls around the world who can't receive an education.
But that's not the only reason the handle MichelleObama has been gifted to us all!
The gorgeous gal also revealed on the app that she will be riding alongside James Corden for his wildly popular Carpool Karaoke segment!
Following a brief bit from Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story, the talented performers segued into Yorktown (The World Turned Upside Down).
But, they shared a moving message during the second song.
While performing the tune about the Battle of Yorktown, the actors refused to use prop guns in the wake of the disastrous shooting at the gay nightclub in Florida that claimed the lives of at least 50 people and injured over 50 more.
The moment the cast stood on the stage, posing without weapons, was an incredibly powerful part of this amazing performance.
Obama stopped by The Tonight Show on Thursday, and in addition to slow jamming the news with Jimmy Fallon, the commander-in-chief also revealed that he and Michelle Obama would be staying in D.C. until their daughter Sasha Obama finishes up high school.
But that doesn't mean the president isn't planning an epic vacation for when his second term ends in January! He explained:
Before she leaves the White House Michelle Obama is issuing a call to arms to end gender equality — and is joining forces with some of the most influential women in the country to do so!
FLOTUS — along with A-list woman entertainers, activists, and business executives — has announced a White House summit for the United State of Women, which sets to tackle gender-equality issues later this month.
The Prince ended up attending the wheelchair rugby finals at Walt Disney World's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida to cheer on the U.K. team as they whooped up on Australia to win the bronze medal!
Harry was clearly having the time of his life as he not only led a loud chant of "Oy! Oy! Oy!", but he also cheered, clapped, did the wave, saluted on the "Salute-Cam", and even snapped pics and selfies with fans!
Before the championship final match between Team USA and Team Denmark — which USA ended up winning — Biden was in the spotlight as he joked with fans, saying: