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.”
The party, which reportedly initially had some 475 invitees, was downsized due to delta variant concerns. But it's not clear what that means.
The former first lady shared the "mantra I practice daily" after the champion gymnast withdrew from the team final at the Tokyo Olympics.
In an “Insider” article, a former Secret Service agent went into detail about the racism that Michelle Obama endured as first lady.
"They could say whatever they wanted so long as there was no imminent threat of harm," Evy Poumpouras said of the racism leveled at the former first lady.
“He ended up being sort of a bond for the whole family.” Former President Barack Obama reflected on how much their beloved dog Bo meant to them.
The former president teased that there were "some things I just can't tell you on air."
The former first lady dished on her food likes and dislikes with Stephen Colbert.
"I worry about what assumption is being made by somebody who doesn’t know everything about them," the former first lady told CBS's Gayle King.
"Our hearts are heavy over yet another shooting of a Black man, Daunte Wright, at the hands of police," the former president and first lady wrote.
The former president and Michelle Obama enjoyed a great friendship with the late Duke of Edinburgh.
Rachel Campos-Duffy previously suggested the former first lady was somehow to blame for coronavirus pandemic school closures.
"Her courage ... it’s contagious," the former first lady said of the Georgia Democrat, who received the NAACP's first-ever Social Justice Impact Award.
"Are you kidding me right now?"
"For some very sick reason, you are very obsessed with this portion of that major historical event," responded the former first lady.
"I just pray that there is forgiveness and there is clarity and love and resolve at some point in time."
The former first lady said lockdown allowed her to get some "stolen moments" back with Malia and Sasha, but that she's struggled with depression as well.
“There is nothing more important to the health and future of our democracy than safeguarding the right to vote," the former first lady said.
The former first lady said her mood during Inauguration Day was anxious at first, but the event ultimately made her hopeful for America's future.
Former first lady Michelle Obama will appear in a new Netflix show “Waffles + Mochi.” The show will also feature stars like Zach Galifianakis, Rashida Jones, Jack Black and Sia.