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More MObama McQueen Drama

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They're still talking about this?

The CFDA recently released a statement about Michelle Obama's state dinner dress and like Oscar de la Renta, they weren't happy with her choice.

Diane Von Furstenberg, president of the CFDA, wrote:

"CFDA believes in promoting American fashion. Our First Lady Michelle Obama has been wonderful at promoting our designers, so we were surprised and a little disappointed not to be represented for this major state dinner."

We get it. It would have been "politically correct" to wear an American designer, but she didn't.

Just be happy our First Lady didn't show up looking like Helena Bonham Carter.

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Obama Dyes His Hair

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Even Obama can be a little vain.

It's well known that the pressures of the White House can lead to premature graying.

And the same goes for President Obama. In just the few short years he's been president of the United States, his jet-black hair has been going gray rapidly.

However, at Thursday night's State Dinner for Chinese president Hu Jinato, his salt-and-pepper hair was noticeably darker, giving him a more youthful look.

He obviously wanted to make a big impression at the State Dinner by dyeing his hair. We don't blame him. He's still a young guy! We'd do the same the same!

What do U think of Obama's dyed hair??

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Oscar de la Renta Questions MObama's State Dinner Attire

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Michelle Obama's getting mixed reviews over the red and black Alexander McQueen gown she wore to the State dinner earlier this week.

While we thought she looked faboosh, Oscar de la Renta found her choice inappropriate.

He explains:

"My understanding is that the visit was to promote American-Chinese trade ó American products in China and Chinese products in America. Why do you wear European clothes?"

It's a valid argument.

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Michelle Obama Stands Out In McQueen

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Wow.

Michelle Obama made a bold outfit choice for Wednesday night's State dinner at the White House.

The first lady made her grand entrance in a beautiful red and black gown from the Alexander McQueen Resort collection.

We love her how fearless she is when it comes to fashion and think this gown was a fabulous choice.

Do U???

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The First Lady Shines In India

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Michelle Obama was looking lovely on Monday night while joining her hubby Barack Obama at the state dinner in New Dehli, India.

For the event, Mrs. O donned a metallic skirt and top both by one of her favorite designers Rachel Roy.

By the way, Rachel's father is Indian, which makes us think her outfit choice was more than just a coincidence.

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Bravo Calls The Salahis Liars

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We believe it!

Tareq and Michaele Salahi claim to have had "iron-clad" contracts with Bravo due to being on The Real Housewives of D.C. that didn't allow them to speak about crashing attending the State Dinner.

But Bravo has released this statement:

"The notion that the Salahis have been barred under their contracts relating to The Real Housewives of D.C. from speaking about their attendance at the White House State Dinner is simply not true. From the time of the incident until now, Bravo and Half Yard Productions, the producer of the series, have consistently and repeatedly stated to the Salahis and their representatives that they were free to speak to press, law enforcement, Congress and anyone else about attending the State Dinner. Indeed, they have given multiple press interviews on that very subject."

What else are these two clowns lying about?

We hope Bravo reconsiders having them on the show again!

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