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Society is looking to their favorite celebrities for more than just fashion inspiration these days, as fans are beginning to use them as models for their plastic surgery.
According to a report from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons on Tuesday (April 30), elective upper arm surgeries have increased 4000% in the past year.
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Lending his talents to educate others, Justin Timberlake joined First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House on Tuesday (April 9) in Washington, DC.
The “Suit & Tie” crooner was on hand to take part in a program called Soulsville, USA: The History of Memphis Soul with fellow musicians, including Mavis Staples and Charlie Musselwhite.
Showing off her darling bangs and famous smile, Michelle Obama rocks the cover of Vogue magazine’s April 2013 issue.
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Next year she turns 50 years old, and First Lady Michelle Obama will have the hottest singers in the world performing at her massive shindig.
According to a report, Beyonce Knowles and Adele have both signed contracts to serenade Mrs. Obama on her big day next January.
She’s always up for a star-studded shindig, and last night (February 24) First Lady Michelle Obama showed up at the 85th Academy Awards via satellite.
The Commander-in-Chief’s wife received an introduction from Hollywood veteran Jack Nicholson before she handed out the award for Best Picture to “Argo” mastermind Ben Affleck.
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Slipping on her dancing shoes, First Lady Michelle Obama joined Jimmy Fallon to show some unique support for her "Let's Move" campaign.
During a visit to "Late Night" on Friday (February 22), the comedic host and FLOTUS hit the studio floor to demonstrate some of the most iconic dance moves.
In honor of her husband Barack Obama’s second term as President of the United States of America, Michelle Obama sat for a new official portrait.
Taken by photographer Chuck Kennedy in the White House’s Green Room, the image features the FLOTUS’s brand new bangy hairdo.
Photo Credit: Official White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy
It was a star-studded affair as bigwigs and celebrities converged on the Washington Convention Center for President Barack Obama's Final Inaugural Ball last night (January 22).
And Lady Gaga joined forces with Tony Bennett to give the Commander-In-Chief a very special performance of “The Lady is a Tramp.”
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