Saturday night, First Lady Michelle Obama hit Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards and was an absolute show stopper.

Mrs. Obama ditched her tailored suits and designer dresses, and instead decided to dress down for the occasion. The First Lady looked hot in a patterned sequined blouse, shimmering skinny jeans, and black heels.

Sasha and Malia were also on hand to watch their mom give Taylor Swift the Big Help award in recognition of her philanthropic efforts. Although Swift is used to racking up the achievements by now, she was completely ecstatic to receive the award from Mrs. Obama.

“I’ve always wanted to meet you! This is amazing,” Swift gushed. “I’m so honored to get… to be receiving this award from the First Lady of the United States — I’m freaking out.”

We would be too.

  • omfg

    i love that our first black flotus is so modern and cool and hip and young.

  • girlformerlyknownasgrace

    You ain’t NEVER seen a first lady this fly!!! Git ‘em Michelle!

  • Tifani

    Our FLOTUS looked so fab that night!!!!!!!!!

  • Dalili

    Aaawww, the girls are getting so big especially Sasha! As far as I am concerned Mrs. Obama is unparalleled as a fashion icon among the first ladies of the US and dare I say the world.

  • AustralianGirl

    not to mention beautiful!

  • AustralianGirl

    i agree, she is the best looking First Lady I’ve ever seen. Carla Bruni comes second, but Mrs Obama is No#1!

  • edub

    I have been trying to track down those pants! She looked down right amazing!!!! Just fantastic! Clutch…can you find out who designed those pants? Pleaseeee!!

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