No cuddles for Hilary Duff!
For the pic (above), the Younger actress wrote:
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Way to flip it, Prez!
Ch-ch-check out Barack's incredible Mean Tweets sketch (below) as well as some fun with Kimmel during his interview!
WOW is all we can say!
Michelle Obama absolutely KILLED at her final State Dinner at the White House Tuesday night.
The President and First Lady hosted the Prime Minister of Italy Matteo Renzi and his wife Agnese Landini, and FLOTUS appropriately wore an Italian designer to honor them.
Her rose gold off-shoulder gown was custom made by Atelier Versace and looked magnificent on her! Talk about goddess status!
Donatella Versace offered a statement on how honored she was to dress Mrs. Obama, saying:
"I am humbled and honored to have the opportunity to dress the First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama. Thank you Michelle for all of the things you have done for America and for the rest of the world, for the women in the United States and the rest of the world."
This dress will definitely go down in history!
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It's a presidential smackdown!
Since Donald Trump has been RIGHTFULLY getting a ton of bad press recently, he's been spouting off wild conspiracy theories that the election is rigged and the media is against him — but President Barack Obama isn't having any of it!
On Tuesday, Obama held a press conference in the Rose Garden where he addressed the current political climate and took a moment to comment on all of Trump's whining he's been doing recently.
POTUS' powerful response is EXACTLY what we'd expect from the class act, as he said:
Making a big career move is a tough transition for anyone, and President Obama is apparently no exception!
Since the commander-in-chief is leaving office in a few short months, now is the perfect time to explore his future career options — and thankfully, Stephen Colbert is here to help the politician brush up on his interview skills.
On a pre-taped segment on Monday's The Late Show, Colbert surprised POTUS as his alter-ego "Randy, the Office Manager," who critiqued Obama's résumé while giving him some tips to help him get employed in this competitive job market.
Since the interview was broadcasted on network TV, Randy made it clear Obama couldn't openly endorse Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump — so instead, Randy asked the president about his "choice of snacks," wondering:
"Would you care for an Extra-Fiber Nutrient Bar, which has traveled to more than 100 countries. Or this shriveled tangerine, covered in golden retriever hair, filled with bile, that I wouldn't leave alone with the woman I love?"
Ha! Ch-ch-check out the funny clip (below) to see what POTUS plans on doing next!
The Purple One may be gone, but his legacy continues to live on.
On Thursday, the singers took the stage at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota to duet on Prince's I Feel for You. The duo then performed the late singer's hit 1999, getting the sold-out audience partying like it was, well… 1999.
The celebration also included a message from President Obama, who kicked off the event in a video message praising the music icon, saying:
"Thank you, Prince … for all the great work that you've done. You'll be in our hearts forever."
Ch-ch-check out some fan footage of the show (below)!