Michelle O. is the focus of OK's's new issue. They're dishing about her motherhood skills, how she'll keep control of the kiddies in their new home at 1600 Pennsylvania, and her and her hubby's relationship. Loves it.
Because we love the gossipy tidbits about our newest fave family:
The secret service code names have been released for the whole Obama family. And I'm sure people will be trying their damndest to figure out the meanings behind them:
History buffs tell us every First Family has code names that all start with the same letter. The Clintons: Bill Clinton
The Obamas have arrived to the White House:
All kinds of fabulousness going on with those two. Especially Mrs. O's red dress. President-Elect Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle O. stepped into the White House today to begin the transition. B.
Ne-Yo and Game hit the set of their new video fro "Camera Phone" in LA this week:
Photog: WilPower Photo Agency
Prez-Elect Obama was in full on Mr. President mode this afternoon. He gave his first press conference under his new title and talked economy, jobs, and intelligence. And of course, he exuded confidence and swexiness all while doing so. About the "What dog will the Obamas pick as their new First Dog" debate, he said:
"With respect to the dog," said Obama, "this is a major issue." He said it has generated the most interest on his Web site, but before a new addition is made to the family, "two criteria that have to be reconciled."
He says the dog has to be hypoallergenic because Malia is allergic. And they want it from a shelter. But option number 1 will be hard since, he said, "shelters have mutts--like me." Funny.
More video set pics and Obama private family pics when you read the rest...
Halle Berry and her baby Nahla Ariela Aubry were spotted arriving to their Vancouver, Canada hotel after a long day of shooting Mama Halle's latest movie Frankie and Alice Wednesday:
Looks like somebody's bringing back the 70's.
More pics and a Michelle Obama update when you read the rest...
Word has it Beyonce has offered to perform at the Inauguration Ball of President Elect Barack Obama. There are actually several Inauguration Balls on the same night and there is no word on which one exactly she offered to do.
"I'm there. I can't wait. I feel like all of us, we're ready to do whatever we have to do. Whatever they want — if they need me to volunteer, they need me to sing, I'm there, and I'm ready. I've never been so patriotic!