If you've been on the internet for maybe eight minutes, you've no doubt seen the 'Evolution of Dance,' a pretty brilliant routine from a dude named Judson Laipply that went viral years ago and has since racked up 210 million YouTube views. (Go watch it. We'll wait.)
First there was Jackie O, nee Kennedy. Now? There's Michelle O. And not since Jackie has a First Lady's fashion sense and style been this discussed.
Mrs. Obama nails it nearly every time, and at tonight's (Jan. 21) 2013 Presidential Inaugural Ball, she was a vision of loveliness in a chiffon and velvet Jason Wu gown in ruby red with a plunging back, cinched waist and delicate pleating.
It was pretty cold in Washington, D.C. on Monday, Jan. 21, when President Obama was sworn in for a second term. His family – wife Michelle and daughters Malia and Sasha - donned chic, colorful coats and accessories for the ceremony, which took place outside in the freezing air.
Their attire was about fashion and function -- and there was no reason they couldn't look slammin' while staying warm.
Just like us, when celebrities watch or are a part of something historical, they want to tweet about it. Which beats yet another missive about concert dates or a regretful shot of a naked body part.
Anyway, Monday's Presidential Inauguration was nothing shy of a major event for our country -- Barack Obama, our nation’s first African-American president, was sworn in on Martin Luther King Jr. Day using MLK’s own bible, after which he gave an inspiring speech inclusive of many still-downtrodden groups and told us we have work to do to ensure freedom for all Americans.
Oh, and Michelle Obama has a new haircut!