Beyoncé may keep her private life under wraps, but lately she’s been opening up and sharing more with her fans. Despite staying mum about the inner workings of her personal life, there’s one thing she isn’t afraid to talk about: Her love for President and First Lady Obama.

Back in 2008, Bey and Jay supported then-senator Obama’s election bid, and the upcoming presidential elections are no different.

After lending her dance moves to First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” campaign and donating some much-needed cash to the Obama reelection war chest, Queen B is at it again.

Earlier this year, Beyoncé wrote an appreciative letter to Michelle Obama, thanking her for being such a wonderful role model, and now that letter and the pop diva make an appearance in a new Obama campaign video.

In the clip, Beyoncé gushes about Mrs. Obama and all of the things she does from inspiring Americans to live healthier lives to supporting our vets.

While the video seems more like a campaign ad for Mrs. Obama, I’m sure the Obama campaign is happy to have a superstar like Beyoncé publicly advocating for the president.

What do you think of the video? 

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  • God bless her soul.

  • Kathleen

    I think that this can potentially hurt the Obama campaign. It’s beginning to feel like the Obama’s outreach to the community is limited to African American celeberities. I don’t think that Beyonce’s endorsement is going to lead anyone to change their political view points but w/ the constant bombardment of the presidents r/l with people who are not the everyday working joes and who dont have the everyday struggle i think Obama risk becoming more out of touch which is intergal to his reelection campaign.

    • London

      “It’s beginning to feel like the Obama’s outreach to the community is limited to African American celebrities.”

      Yes! The fact that he didn’t feel the need to come personally to the NAACP convention (just sent the Veep and a video), or hasn’t really spoken at any length directly to the black community shows me that he takes our vote for granted. He knows he is going to get 94 percent to 96 percent of the black vote so there is no need to address any of our issues.

    • Kathleen

      Exactly! The ironic thing about that, is that 94 % of close to nothing wont help him. Blacks who never voted before went out to vote for him! If he continues on this path he is going to lose that demographic!