DEAR AMERICA: What The HELL Is Michelle Wearing? (Will YOU Miss Her?)

Michelle went to the Kennedy Center Honors gala and there was a lot of chatter about the dress she wore…

Barack Obama has crossed one more event off his list of lasts, attending his final Kennedy Center Honors gala as president on Saturday night.

Obama was joined by First Lady Michelle to honor actor Al Pacino, gospel singer and civil rights activist Mavis Staples, members of rock band the Eagles, singer-songwriter James Taylor, and pianist Martha Argerich.

Stephen Colbert hosted the star-studded gala in Washington DC, and Secretary of State John Kerry doled out the medallions for one of the country’s most prestigious awards for performing artists.

Michelle wore a stunning black gown to the event that glittered with green leaves and pink flowers to the event.
Read more: Daily Mail

‘And she’s always looked good doing it. She does.’

What the hell is Barry talking about?

Let’s take a look at the ‘stunning dress:


Yep, that’s stunning. But more in this kind of a way:


Maybe we just don’t get it, but that pattern on that dress…

Michelle looks like she’s wrapped in tacky Christmas wrapping paper complete with a jeweled bow.

Is it because she thinks she’s ‘God’s gift to America’?


This time, though, this ClashDaily Editor actually agrees with Michelle’s garish choice.

She’s all wrapped up because her gift to America is leaving the White House in just a few weeks!

Are you going to miss Michelle?

Let us know in the comments.

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Share if you are glad that Michelle — with all her fashion DON’Ts — will soon be leaving the White House

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