The Inauguration is All About Mo'Bama...and Her Bangs
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Everyone's attention was on the inauguration yesterday—even mine, partially. The pomp, the circumstance..and that's just Beyonce. (Eff that earpiece! Holla!)
The other part of me was watching the second episode of Girls on repeat. Dogs-in-Shirts for everyone!
But, back to the inauguration. There were quite a few AMAZEBALL moments, not provided by Beyonce, yesterday, including Al Roker's freak-out at shaking Joe Biden's hand.
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But perhaps the greatest montage of moments entail the First Lady, Michelle Obama, who is rocking some new bangs in celebration of her 49th birthday. Now, I'm no fan of bangs, especially those bangs that hipster-lesbians have been donning these days that are essentially mullet-makers (you know, the bangs that extend past the earlobes). But Mo's bangs have become legendary the moment her stylist cropped them. Even President Obama thinks so, telling USA Today: "To address the most significant event of the weekend, I love her bangs. She looks good. She always looks good."
The clear winning moment of yesterday's events is that of the epic shade Mo'Bama threw to Oompa Loompa Headmaster, John Boehner.
The second Mo-ment of last night was MoBama's gown, yes, by Jason Wu. GORGE. And the dance was pretty cute.
Although I think her Thom Browne coat was pretty bitchin':
Brit-Brit coos, "Gimme Mo(re)"—what was your favorite MoBama moment of the inauguration?