Michelle and Barack Obama teamed up to celebrate the 5th anniversary of the “Let’s Move!” anti-childhood obesity initiative.

“Hey everybody! I’m so excited to talk to you about the fifth anniversary of ‘Let’s Move,’” Michelle Obama says to the camera.

As the Flotus was about to discuss the #GimmeFive challenge, she’s then interrupted by the president.

“Honey, have you seen my blue tie?” Obama asks. “What’s going on here?” he asks as he notices the cameras around. Let’s just say the president won’t win any Oscars for his acting skills.

“Well, we are celebrating a big anniversary,” Michelle Obama replies.

“Oh, what exactly are we celebrating?” Obama asked.

“It has been five years since we launched ‘Let’s Move,’” FLOTUS stated.

“Well even I’ve got time for that,” the president says about the #GimmeFive campaign.

“By the way, your tie is right there on the ground,” Michelle tells her husband.

“That’s halfway to a push-up,” he replies.

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  • vintage3000

    Meanwhile zimmerman won’t be charged with a federal crime and Trayvon’s family will never get justice.

    At this point I am so over Michelle and Barack’s cutesy first couple shtick and Michelle’s pet projects. Never mind some ‘let’s move’, and only trying to affect change where ‘others’ are involved.

  • Yes, I’m That Leah

    Why do I have to see Michelle Obama so much! On T.V., magazines… steady running her mouth. Her husband is the President. Why can’t she just let him do his job? I’ve never seen a First Lady need so much validation. Very disappointed this happened.

  • Any legitimate endeavor to encourage childhood exercise and combating childhood obesity should be commented. I agree with the Let’s Move campaign. I don’t agree with the President on every issue (like on civil liberty matters, neoliberal policies, etc.), but I do realize that the situation that we are in didn’t originate in 2009. While I don’t agree with the White House on every issue, I will always deplore the reactionary slander against the President and his family. We have a long history and the struggle continues. The same white supremacist system existed throughout Presidencies. The First Lady (who is a strong, beautiful black woman) and the President has raised strong daughters. People can call the President many words. Yet, the First family loves their children. So, we have to put pressure in society to change and we have been motivated in fighting for solutions. We should not only express legitimate critiques of the White House. We have to go out and be part of the solution too. I want the Let’s Move campaign to be strengthened, to achieve even greater, positive results, and I want the initiative to continue.