Michelle Obama throws down with the fans as she grooves at Jay-Z and Beyonce's Paris concert
The former first lady proves she can throw it down with the best of them as she was seen swaying and waving her arms in the air as Jay Z began rapping in the stadium in Paris.
If there’s one thing Michelle Obama is good at - other than shedding her benevolent light on a worthy cause - it is throwing down with the best of them when the situation demands it. We’ve also seen her matching every dance move with Ellen Degeneres on her show in true Michelle fashion. And, now she’s poppin' and lockin' at Beyonce and Jay-Z’s concert in Paris. She, for one, can never be accused of being a bad sport.
On Sunday (July 15) night, the former first lady was spotted with her daughter Sasha Obama at the Stade de France, by several excited fans before Beyonce and Jay-Z took to the stage. The fans, who were watching the FIFA World Cup final between France and Croatia were quick to snap a few pics of the mother-daughter duo and post them all over social media.
According to Daily Mail, soon after the concert kicked off, Sasha went away and Michelle was seen dancing along with Beyonce’s mother Tina Knowles. Dressed in white shorts, a loose blouse and beige platform wedge sandals, Michelle, who appeared in good spirits, was swaying and waving her arms in the air as Jay-Z began rapping in the stadium.
The husband and wife duo have been touring it up in Europe since earlier last month. Jay-Z And Beyonce announced the dates for their ‘On the Run II’ stadium tour last month and kicked it off in UK on June 6th.
The fans in the stadium were jubilant in their celebration on their win against Croatia in the FIFA world cup 2018, which was screened prior to kicking off their show. Jay-Z and Beyonce also posted the moment France scored their winning goal and the whole stadium erupted in cheers. France is sure to remember this night for a long while to come. The night was one for the books and Michelle Obama smack dab in the middle of it all will probably concur.