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With its traditional bright colors and floral patterns, Easter fashion seems like a terrific fit for First Lady Michelle Obama. Check out her outfit yesterday:

Obama Easter Outfit

For this year's festivities, Michelle and the First Family attended Easter Sunday services at St. John's Episcopal Church in our nation's capital city.

Wearing a beautiful Prabal Gurung ensemble we've seen before, Michelle Obama paired a white dress and matching coat with an oversized gray floral print.

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Hag Sameach, THGers.

With Passover Seders taking place all over the nation last night - from The White House (below) to The Waffle House (maybe?) - a handful of famous folks took to Twitter yesterday and sent out their best holiday wishes.

Let's start with the most powerful social media user in the free world...

Obama Passover Seder

Barack Obama: Chag sameach: "Michelle and I send our warmest wishes to all those celebrating Passover."

Brett Ratner: Hag Sameach to all those that understand!! Happy Passover!

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A Chicago native at heart, Barack Obama is sticking with the Big Ten for this year's NCAA Tournament.

In his annual March Madness bracket - dubbed Barack-etology by ESPN - the world's most powerful college basketball fan has half his Final Four coming out of that competitive conference.

Barack Obama and Andy Katz

This is the fifth consecutive year Obama has stood alongside Andy Katz in the White House and selected every game of the NCAA Tournament.

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A supposed resemblance between President Barack Obama and an actor who plays the Devil on HISTORY's new series The Bible is causing controversy.

Conservative commentator Glenn Beck was among the first to take to Twitter to note similarities between Obama and Mohamen Mehdi Ouzaani:

  • The Bible Devil
  • Prez Obama

A slew of tweets, Facebook posts, commentaries and other responses soon followed, many from Obama supporters who weren't pleased by the comparison.

Beck, among others, say that Satan from The Bible miniseries - a monster hit for HISTORY with over 10 million viewers - resembles an older version of Obama.

Executive produced by Survivor and Apprentice creator Mark Burnett, the show and its reps had no comment on the matter, nor has the network.

What do you think? Do you see a resemblance? If so, do you think it was intentionally done by the producers? And regardless, does it even matter?

UPDATE: HISTORY and the show's executive producers have issued a statement:

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Somewhere, Ted Nugent is shaking his head in disgust.

The Game has shown his affection for Barack Obama by getting the President's face tattooed on his body.

Moreover, the entire inking is caught on camera, courtesy of artist Carlos Macedo, who etches the official White House portrait above a tattoo of the word "Compton" on The Game's chest.

Watch the process unfold now, as The Game calmly checks his phone in the midst of yet another permanent body marking:

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Michelle Obama has been hacked in an alarming breach of security by unknown cyber-assailants who have disclosed the First Lady's financial information.

The hackers also obtained and published financial info on Beyonce, Jay-Z, Britney Spears, Donald Trump, Kim Kardashian and other celebrities.

Unhappy FLOTUS

A website run by the hackers has posted Michelle's credit report, social security number, phone numbers, banking and mortgage info and credit card details.

The website also hacked V.P. Joe Biden's history, but the info they were able to obtain was extremely limited in his case (unlike Michelle Obama's).

The motives of the hacker(s) could be more than sporting.

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Eccentric NBA legend Dennis Rodman is already planning his next trip to North Korea, according to reports, with his sights set on much more than basketball.

The star wants to broker a peace deal between the United States and the (erroneously named) Democratic People's Republic of Korea. Seriously.

Obama, Rodman, Kim

Rodman's rep says that despite a storied career - Basketball Hall of Fame, five titles, records, awards - a U.S./N.K. peace deal would be his "greatest achievement."

Whoa whoa. Slow down. Guy is the career rebounds per game leader in the NBA since 1973. He once averaged 18 per game in a season! Insane.

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Back from a whirlwind trip to North Korea, Dennis Rodman says his "friend for life" Kim Jong Un just wants President Barack Obama to call him.

The former NBA star told ABC's George Stephanopoulos on This Week, "He wants Obama to do one thing: Call him. He said, 'If you can, Dennis.'"

"I don't want [to] do war. I don't want to do war.' He said that to me."

The 51-year-old athlete said the two sides already have common ground, and he offered Kim some advice for potential future talks with Obama.

"[Kim] loves basketball. And I said the same thing, I said, 'Obama loves basketball.' Let's start there," the Basketball Hall of Fame member said.

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Hmm. No wonder the White House won't build a Death Star for us.

At a press conference today, Barack Obama proved that while he may be our coolest-ever President, even he needs to bone up on his pop cultural references.

Speaking to the press about sequestration and forging a bipartisan budget reform agreement, Obama said he can’t perform a “Jedi mind meld” on Congress.

Maybe because there is no such thing as a Jedi mind meld.

His point: much as he would like to simply MAKE Republican leaders agree to his spending cuts, he is "not a dictator" and you need two sides to compromise.

What Obama probably meant was to reference either the “Jedi Mind Trick” from Star Wars ... or the “Vulcan Mind Meld” from Star Trek often used by Spock.

Points for trying, B. A for effort.

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President Barack Obama said on Al Sharpton's radio show that the one thing holding the Republican party together these days is its love of rich people.

Obama said on Al Sharpton's radio show: "My sense is that their basic view is that nothing is important enough to raise taxes on wealthy individuals or corporations."

"They would prefer to see these kinds of cuts that could slow down our recovery over closing tax loopholes. That's the thing that binds their party together at this point."

Whoa, tell us how you really feel, B!!

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