Penguin Random House, Obama's publisher, revealed Friday that Becoming sold 725,000 copies - on the first day alone. Now that she's no longer First Lady, however, she can say whatever the heck she wants, and unleashed all the things she's been keeping under wraps for all those years in a hilarious "JKL!" bit. "They might not all know exactly who Mrs. Obama is, but they could tell her passion for what she was doing".
Once upon a time, being in the White House required you to maintain a level of decorum.
In an interview with People, as part of the promotional book run for her memoir Becoming, Obama revealed that she wishes she could get the simple pleasure of sitting in the driver's seat and taking a auto for a spin. "I'd be in some tabloid magazine: 'What's she trying to do-what's wrong with her?"
This not only because she is former First Lady of the United States of America who has her first publication out but rather how her heartfelt revelations in the book have made people see her in the most vulnerable and intimate of ways.
Obviously, the Kimmel team couldn't go too insane for numerous reasons but the end result is still a giggle.
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O: "Laura, sorry, send me the bill".
"You know? They agree!" "As far as I'm concerned, you can really cut loose and say anything now", Kimmel said, and thus began what turned out to be a slightly modified game of "Two Truths and a Lie"-call it "Two Truths and a Whole Bunch of Lies". "They get so mad every time I mix their names up".
O: "I'm not sure which one's Sasha and which one's Malia".
O: "Barry! Be quiet and hold my purse".