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First Lady Michelle O. Covers Glamour+This Is It Runs The Box Office

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First Lady Michelle Obama is looking holiday fabulous on the cover of Glamour's Women Of The Year December issue.  It's the first time in Glamour's 70 year history that a First Lady has been the cover girl.  And Mrs. O is looking fantabulous.  Loves it.  Here's a few snippets from her interview: With men, don’t be swayed by “cute”: “Cute’s good. But cute only lasts for so long, and then it’s, Who are you as a person? Don’t look at the bankbook or the title. Look at the heart. Look at the soul...When you’re dating a man, you should always feel good...You shouldn’t be in a relationship with somebody who doesn’t make you completely happy and make you feel whole.” The real role models aren’t movie stars--they’re the people you know: “They were the people in my life. My mom, for sure. My dad. The teachers. For me, role-modeling was immediate, it was touchable...Children connect with who is in their lives, present and accounted for...That’s why we’re trying to encourage moms, teachers, fathers, to be that presence in their children’s lives, in their communities, because it really makes a difference.”

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Mentoring matters, especially for young women: “I think that mentoring is such a critical part of the role I can play in this position. I see how little bits of exposure and big bits of exposure really change my girls significantly, and I want that for more girls around the country and the world.” Don’t put yourself last in line: In answer to a reader question about how she keeps her sanity, the First Lady told Katie, “I have always tried to put my kids first, and then...put myself a really close second, as opposed to fifth or seventh. One thing that I’ve learned from male role models is that they don’t hesitate to invest in themselves.” When it comes to looks and style, set your own standards: “People are always going to have opinions, and people have a right to their opinions, particularly when you’re the First Lady; you’re representing the nation. So I can’t be surprised that people are interested. But I’ve tried to be at peace with the choices that I make first, and then be open to everyone else’s reflection.”

Source: Glamour magazine

News on This Is It when you read the rest...

Michael Jackson's last movie This Is It has raked in a whopping $2.2 million in domestic box office sales.  And this is just from last night's midnight showings.  According to Yahoo Movies: Sony unspooled the film at 9 p.m. PT, amid projections of a $40 million-plus bow for "This Is It" through Sunday. The studio reported that early Wednesday matinee numbers were exceeding the Tuesday night figures. The studio acquired worldwide distribution rights for a reported $60 million, and it is opening in 99 countries. Wow.  The movie is open worldwide today.

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