Michelle Obama 'air booty slaps' shirtless male dancer who was twerking in front of her at Vegas show: Report
The 'Becoming' author wore her hair in flattering full style and paired her look with glamorous makeup and hoop earrings for the concert
Former First Lady Michelle Obama attended Christina Aguilera's The Xperience concert at Planet Hollywood's Zappos Theater in Las Vegas on Wednesday and appeared to have a fun night.
She reportedly received some special attention from a shirtless male dancer in gold bottoms before Aguilera walked by the special guest, according to a friend of Brittany Cartwright of Vanderpump Rules fame who was sitting beside the former first lady in a VIP section.
The friend said that Obama appeared to be having a great time as Aguilera sang some of her hits, including Dirrty, Can't Hold Us Down, and Lady Marmalade, according to the Daily Mail. The 'Becoming' author wore her hair in flattering full style and paired her look with glamorous makeup and hoop earrings for the concert. She wore a black shirt with gold necklaces.
The source told the outlet that at one point during the concert one shirtless dancer twerked around Obama, who was in Las Vegas for work. She had attended the Ultimate Software Connections Conference earlier in the day. Obama and Aguilera have known each other for many years. The former First Lady, in 2016, had stopped by 'The Voice' along with former Vice President's wife Jill Biden where she got to know the 'Genie in a Bottle' singer. She was reportedly on the set to celebrate the Joining Forces initiative's fifth anniversary launched in 2011 to honor and support both active and retired military service members and their families.
"We need some strong female energy! Let's soak it all in!'" Aguilera told Entertainment Tonight about the pair showing up at the set. "It's rare we get that around here."
Obama's sighting in Las Vegas came just as news emerged that former President Barack Obama and his wife have teamed up with Russo brothers on a new Netflix film. They are reportedly set to work on an adaptation of Exit West, the best-selling 2017 novel by Mohsin Hamid.