Michelle Obama

"Thank you for being a wonderful mother and role model to our daughters and to so many others around the world," the former president said.
It's a warning about relegating "the most intensely personal decision someone can make to the whims of politicians and ideologues.”
"Not everything is going to be an awards-worthy performance," Davis said of her role in Showtime's "The First Lady."
Viola Davis is receiving mixed reviews for her performance in the new Showtime series.
The series, which explores the inner lives of three former first ladies, also stars Michelle Pfeiffer as Betty Ford and Gillian Anderson as Eleanor Roosevelt.
Her voting rights organization When We All Vote hopes to recruit 100,000 volunteers and enlist thousands of lawyers to help with voting access and education.
The final season of the sitcom is kicking off with a guest appearance from the former first lady.
"That post-Presidential glow looks amazing on them both," one person said about the couple.
The former first lady joined the moms of Jonah Hill and Beanie Feldstein, Zendaya and other celebs to encourage people to get their COVID-19 shots.
The former first lady, who will reportedly play herself, said she's long been a fan of the ABC comedy's “wit and all-around brilliance.”