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    February 26, 2013


    Gayle Taryn

    totally agree. everything in this world has become politicized -- her being on the show was just a huge coup for the producers and added an unexpected moment and excitement to the show. get over it already :)

    Jeanne Byington

    I don't see a political message with Mrs. Obama's appearance at the Oscars to announce the winner [wasn’t the winner a secret when she was invited to participate?] and it's not the first time that a First Lady has appeared on the show.

    The French have an expression, "like a hair on soup," meaning an unnecessary addition to something. There's plenty of celebrity in the room without bringing in the First Lady to announce best picture and more than that, I felt a lecture about the importance of the industry to the economy misplaced.

    But her bangs look good and I liked her gown.

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