Spirit, the Florida-based airline notorious for its low airfares and lowbrow marketing stunts, riffs on President Obama’s viral selfie photos from Nelson Mandela’s memorial.
British Prime Minister David Cameron, Denmark’s Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt, and President Obama pose for a photo during Nelson Mandela’s memorial service. Michelle Obama is not amused.
The year of pixie cut madness.
Louis Vuitton condom? Check.
Oh Lawd Jesus, noooooooo!
Dance like no one is watching, even when everyone is.
Here’s what the First Lady looked like at 14. How are you so cool?
Stop trying to make anything happen.
“The classic story about me, which is not entirely flattering, is that at age 8, I decided that I wanted to run a magazine, so I asked for contributions from kids in the neighborhood. It was the beginning of a ‘control freak editor’ situation, absolutely.”
No, Barack and Michelle aren’t thinking of selling. But if they were…
Yesterday first lady Michelle Obama and former first lady Laura Bush met in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania for the African First Ladies Summit, in order to promote continued economic investment for women in Africa.
The response: “Now where’s the president’s Instagram? Lol.”
Stereotypically bad mom clothes seem of a bygone era as retailers appeal to women of all generations.
After a woman heckled Michelle Obama about LGBT job discrimination Tuesday, advocates hope to keep pushing the issue. Here’s what you need to know about the overlapping efforts that aim to bar anti-LGBT job bias.
A lesson in how not to advance the conversation on workplace discrimination.
“Listen to me or you can take the mic, but I’m leaving,” the first lady told the heckler. A woman who identified herself as a “lesbian looking for federal equality before I die” interrupted the event, shouting for the president to sign an executive order banning federal contractors from LGBT discrimination.
Bravo’s Andy Cohen gets political. A big fan of the first lady, Cohen talks about hosting a Democratic LGBT fundraising event next week — and how he hopes to get married.
An emotional FLOTUS talks about Hadiya Pendleton in Chicago.
Warning: This segment might make you dizzy.
Bit still awkward. What’s with the stilted smile?
From Nancy Reagan to Laura Bush, Obama is hardly the first First Lady to take on a relatively tame public policy issue.
She was all, “Let’s move!” And then she did.
The FLOTUS was on Dr. Oz getting down with some kids.
It was made by popular conservative blogger Michelle Malkin and it’s definitely something.
Charlize! Halle! J-Law! Crutches-Stew! Avoid wasting time on what E!’s hosts wore by just looking through these carefully selected photos.