Michelle Obama debuts as Ellen DeGeneres' co-host

Posted September 14, 2016

First lady Michelle Obama will appear as a co-host on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" Tuesday, alongside guest Steph Curry, of the Golden State Warriors.

FLOTUS sat down for a chat about her eight years in the White House and said that the thing she'll miss the most about the White House is the people.

In the episode, Obama is seen dancing alongside DeGeneres (who's known to bust a move at the beginning of every show), suggesting the pair strike a "duck lips" pose for a selfie, and complimenting Bradley Cooper during an interview when the actor recalled going commando to a White House state dinner, saying, "It's good for us!"

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Obama also got candid with Ellen about what it was like being the first African-American First Lady and revealed she had some initial hesitations about the job. The First Lady tells Ellen what she's most proud of about her time in the White House, and what she and her family will miss most. They've loved us. They've taken care of us.

"For us!" Obama said to Ellen.

Mrs. Obama says her girls think they're ready, but that it's hard leaving the place where you grew up. I mean, imagine they won't be able to knock on a door and say, 'Can I see my room?' Ya know, that's not gonna happen.

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"I mean, I just love them to death and the big thing I've always anxious about was making sure that they got out of this whole", Obama says.

"This is the best country on earth", she added.

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