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After “Happy Birthday” became a hit. The song became a hit, and in the early 1980s, Wonder worked with Coretta Scott King to gain support for the national holiday, according to the King Center. In 1982, King and Wonder delivered a petition with 6 million signatures in favor of the holiday to the Speaker of the [...]
Michelle Obama, the First Lady of the United States, made her final official television appearance on Wednesday’s Tonight Show, the night following her husband’s farewell address to the nation. As she chatted with host Jimmy Fallon, she admitted that leaving the White House has, perhaps not surprisingly, been a very emotional time for the whole... Show More Summary
Stevie Wonder is thanking Michelle Obama for her time as the First Lady of the United States. The 66-year-old performer stopped by the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon where Michelle was a guest to perform an emotional tribute to her on her final days in the White House. VIDEO: Michelle Obama Surprises People Recording Goodbye [...]
Michelle Obama made one final television appearance as first lady Wednesday night on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, where she surprised unknowing fans, was serenaded by Stevie Wonder and wore, quite frankly, the perfect outfit. Just look at the way this Givenchy jacket and skirt, set with zipper detail, perfectly fit FLOTUS. Show More Summary
Wonder changed the lyrics of one of his signature tunes to honor the first lady.
Michelle Obama had one incredible send-off as she made her final appearance on The Tonight Show as the first lady on Wednesday night. After making us laugh (and cry) with her spot-on thank-you notes, she proceeded to get serenaded by...Show More Summary
Jesus H. Christ, people, she isn’t royalty. And they wonder why people can’t wait to really say goodbye to these freeloaders. This is just a bit much. Michelle Obama was left teary-eyed after Stevie Wonder serenaded her with a medley … Continued
The First Lady's final Tonight Show appearance also saw her compete against Dave Chappelle and Jerry Seinfeld in a game of "Catchphrase".
Michelle Obama made her final talk show appearance as first lady Wednesday on “The Tonight Show,” and to put it plainly, it brought out a lot of emotions. FLOTUS gave an interview and took part in host Jimmy Fallon’s recurring “Thank You Notes” sketch. Show More Summary
Michelle Obama gave her last appearance as First Lady on 'The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.' Continue reading…
Sometimes being FLOTUS has its perks. For one of Michelle Obama's final acts as First Lady, she got to sit back, relax, and listen to the smooth sounds of Stevie Wonder serenading her on Fallon last night. It's not every day a music legend changes his lyrics just for you, ... More »
The love affair between the Obamas and Stevie Wonder goes back years, so it’s only fitting that Michelle Obama’s exit from the White House was scored by the artist who brought her and Barack together in the first place. Michelle’s visit...Show More Summary
Wonder gave 'My Cherie Amour' an Obama-themed update.
Stevie Wonder and Jerry Seinfeld also joined in as Jimmy Fallon dedicated a show to FLOTUS.
Michelle Obama was a guest on last night’s episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” for the final time as First Lady. In a segment called “Catchphrase,” she competed against comedians Dave Chappelle and Jerry Seinfeld (she did the robot, and Chappelle did a Valley girl impression). Show More Summary
On Wednesday night's Tonight Show, FLOTUS (for just another week) Michelle Obama was serenaded by none other than her favorite performer (according to her appearance on Carpool Karaoke with James Corden), Stevie Wonder. The legendary...Show More Summary
We didn't know how good we had it. Late last night, around the same time that the Senate voted to gut the Affordable Care Act, Michelle Obama made her final appearance as First Lady on The Tonight Show. Comedy gods Dave Chappelle and Jerry Seinfeld showed up to help see her off, and so did…
The first ladys favorite musician gave her a fitting send-off on Wednesday nights Tonight Show.