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Michelle O. Writes Back to Beyoncé

It looks like two of America's highest profile black women are as star-struck by each other as the rest of us are by them. In an open letter to First Lady Michelle Obama posted on her website last week, Beyoncé called her the "ultimate example of a truly strong African American woman" and wrote, "no matter the pressure, and the stress of being under a microscope, she's humble, loving, and sincere.
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