My First Lady in red

January 2013
Daily Mail;1/23/2013, p18
BARACK OBAMA put aside America's economic woes for a moment to share a dance with his wife Michelle at a ball following his second inauguration as President on Monday. Mr Obama, in white tie and dinner suit, bowed to his First Lady, who was wearing a dramatic red chiffon and velvet gown by designer Jason Wu, before twirling her round the stage at the Washington Convention Centre as singer Jennifer Hudson performed Let's Stay Together. The couple partied until 3.15am.


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