15 Celebrity #TBT Photos You May Have Missed This Week

First Lady Michelle Obama literally kicks off #ThrowBackThursday.

1. First Lady Michelle Obama showing us some serious ’80s dance moves.

2. Ahead of her hosting the Oscars this weekend, Ellen DeGeneres shared this photo of the first time she hosted the show in 2007.

3. Speaking of the Oscars, Bette Midler shared this photo of the year she went dressed like a Disney Princess.

4. January Jones bravely shared this photo of herself in 1988 rocking a spiky mullet.

5. And here she is rocking barely any hair:

6. Kris Jenner, along with Kourtney and Kim Kardashian, gets photobombed while on a ski trip.

7. Those are some very serious jeggings: Robbie Williams with painted jeans in 1998.

This pair of jeans took @ginakanemakeup 5 hours to paint back in 1998! #throwbackthursday

— Robbie Williams (@robbiewilliams)

8. Elvira gets the “thumbs up” from the late, great movie critic duo Siskel and Ebert.

#throwbackthursday Legendary film critics Siskel and Ebert giving Elvira two big thumbs up.

— Elvira (@TheRealElvira)

9. Iman epitomizing statuesque glamour in the ’80s!

10. Ralph Macchio, along with Matt Dillon and C. Thomas Howell, taking direction from Francis Ford Coppola on the set of The Outsiders.

11. Sugar Ray Leonard shared this epic photo of himself alongside fellow boxing legends Mike Tyson and Muhammad Ali, on the set of The Arsenio Hall Show in 1990.

#tbt: Fun night with Mike Tyson, Arsenio Hall and Muhammad Ali! #boxing

— Sugar Ray Leonard (@SUGARRAYLEONARD)

12. My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way on his way to a gig in the ’90s.

13. How adorable is this photo of Aziz Ansari as a kid?

14. James Franco’s 8th grade yearbook photo, where he won “sweetest smile, but, to be honest, it should’ve been most mischievous.

15. And finally, this endearing photo of President Bill Clinton with Chelsea, comes with a very sweet message.

Happy Birthday @ChelseaClinton from your biggest fan. #TBT

— Bill Clinton (@billclinton)

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