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Video: Will Ferrell and Michelle Obama Join Jimmy Fallon in 'Ew!' Sketch

February 21, 2014 (8:17 am) GMT
The First Lady of the U.S. teaches Ferrell's Stacy and Fallon's Sara about healthy life by exercising and eating healthy food.

enlisted First Lady Michelle Obama as one of his guests on the first week of "". Not only she sat down for an interview, but also Mrs. Obama was willing to goof around with the host and during her appearance on Thursday night, February 20.

Mrs. Obama, who is preferred to be called by her first name Michelle, joined the two funnymen, who were dressed in drag as Sara and Stacy, in "Ew!" sketch. The First Lady promoted her Let's Move! anti-obesity and healthy-eating campaign, teaching the two teen girls that being active and eating right was not "ew!"

Mrs. Obama suggested them "to find an exercise that's right for you," like dancing, which led the trio to have an " 'Ew' dance party." She also introduced them to a healthy alternative to photato chips, which is kale chips.

During an interview with Fallon, Mrs. Obama talked about her teen daughters Sasha and Malia. She said that Malia would be getting her drivers license when she turns 16 this summer, jokingly warning people, "Ladies and gentlemen of D.C., watch out."



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