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Ellen DeGeneres snags Michelle Obama to talk Trump, bookMichelle Obama is taking over "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" Thursday, joining the talk show host for an hour-long interview in which Obama recounts trying to break out of the White House to celebrate the legalization of same-sex marriage and daughter Malia's heavily guarded prom send-off. She also surprises Costco shoppers with an impromptu book signing. In a preview of Obama's appearance on DeGeneres' talk show, the former first lady shared how she and daughter Malia attempted to escape the White House the night the U. Supreme Court legalized gay marriage in , so they could celebrate in the street with the thousands of revelers who had gathered outside. She noted the ruling came down on the same day that she and President Barack Obama attended the funeral for the victims of the Charleston church shooting in South Carolina.
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Former first lady Michelle Obama recently held a signing for her new book, "Becoming," at a Costco, and she had an unlikely helper. Talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres accompanied Obama to the store and provided a musical backdrop to the signing via the use of a keyboard. I'm so happy, I could sing," the host captioned the clip on Instagram. MichelleObama is here for the whole hour tomorrow. In the clip, the pair wander through the aisles of Costco before happening upon a pile of copies of Obama's new book, which was released earlier this week. Read more: 25 things we learned from Michelle Obama's new memoir, 'Becoming'.
Late chef, traveler and host was a man of the world — these moments define his love affair with food and culture. It's an incredible sight to see both Obama and Bourdain so at home with their worldly curiosity and feels like an image of Americans at their best. You may know it from the documentary "Jiro Dreams Of Sushi," but Bourdain got to the best sushi in the world first. In this clip he makes a great case for what it is to be a master of something and the importance of respecting someone else's values by eating something the way it was served. That means no soy sauce and no wasabi, just total faith that what you're about to eat will already taste like perfection.
To promote her new memoir, Becoming , on the day of its release Michelle Obama went to the place she knew she'd find hard-working, everyday Americans: Costco. But it wasn't just any regular ol' trip to the superstore. Obama was joined by none other than Ellen DeGeneres for a hilarious segment of The Ellen DeGeneres Show in which they parade around the store for an impromptu book signing. During their visit, Mrs. Obama and DeGeneres crack jokes and poke fun at each other. And in one particularly hilarious moment, the talk show host begins to play a song on a keyboard, riffing about how many times Oprah is mentioned in Becoming , which is the latest Oprah's Book Club pick. She mentions Oprah several times and me only once," DeGeneres sings.