Published: Fri, November 16, 2018

Michelle Obama says un-first lady-like things for Jimmy Kimmel

Michelle Obama says un-first lady-like things for Jimmy Kimmel

During the interview, host Jimmy Kimmel acknowledged that Obama has repeatedly said that she wasn't running for office, but asked her if anyone "seriously approached and try to convince" her to do so.

She wrote that in 1992 when her husband, President Barack Obama, brought her to the country, the tour was frustrating from the onset, therefore making the rest of it a nightmare.

The beloved 54-year-old former first lady is promoting her new memoir Becoming and Jimmy made sure to make good use of Michelle's sense of humor and comedic timing when she stopped by on November 15.

In a clip from the show (above), Michelle tells Kimmel that during her eight years in the White House she had to be very careful about what she said. Man she has ideal comedic delivery. Kimmel asked the famous former White House resident.


Reading off cards prepared by Kimmel's writers, she began: "I've never eaten a vegetable". "We have a teenager at home and she makes us feel inadequate every day, so our self esteem is low".

Michelle Obama finally published her much-anticipated memoir- Becoming, a recount of her life growing and transforming into who she is today.

"All the time", she responded, causing the audience to roar with applause. "That's insane to me", Kimmel said. Like, 'I'm a plate spinner.' You know, those jugglers who keeps spinning those plates and if one is starting to wobble, he spins it.

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