Michelle Obama

June 14, 2011 by Post Team 

Michelle ObamaMichelle Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama says she’s been diligently studying her lines for her next appearance on the Nickelodeon series “iCarly,” but she is still nervous about filming her scenes for the show. “I’m terrified,” he said during a meeting with members of the writers, producers, directors and actors unions in the Writers Guild Theater to discuss joining forces, an initiative to increase public awareness and support for military families. “I can give a speech, I can talk to you all, but oh, I’m shaking, yeah.”

Mrs. Obama said he started the initiative with Jill Biden, to help the nation understand “that when our country goes to war, we have families who are serving right along with them.”

The “iCarly” episode that the first lady appears in (which is set on the tape that during her visit to Los Angeles) is about the protagonist’s efforts to connect with her father on his birthday. Mrs. Obama is played in the episode, in which two of Carly’s friends try to establish a father-daughter birthday web chat.

“The story is very sweet,” she said. “They have a webcast, and Carlos is a military child, and has always been a part of the script -. That has been a part of the situation her father has been deployed and is just a way to recognize their challenges, and, how their friends are a step forward for your support. So I’m pretty excited about it. ”

Mrs. Obama said her daughters are “iCarly” The fans, so its role in the series makes it “the best mom in the face of the planet.” He added that the episode is a perfect example of how the stories of military families are perfectly adapted to our daily entertainment.

She hopes the initiative to join forces to inspire Americans to understand the sacrifices made by military personnel and their families, and to appreciate it becomes part of our national fabric.

“Ultimately, this is not just about the stories, but to have men and women and their families who serve our country every day feel the gratitude of a grateful nation,” Obama said. “If we set this foundation, not only for today but for ever, whether the president is in office, this is a part of who we are as Americans and to lift these families up … then we have success. ”

During the program an hour, Mrs. Obama shared the stage with a National Guard pilot, a retired soldier and the wife of an Army officer. Writer-director JJ Abrams, whose film “Super 8″ topped the weekend box office, moderated the debate.

Service members said that simple gestures of appreciation are often the most significant, such as receiving care packages while deployed or to be welcomed home at the airport by applause, waving flags of the crew.

Obama suggested that the narrators of Hollywood, and all Americans could benefit from visits to military hospitals and military hearing stories first hand. “It is not just research,” he said, “is an experience.” The first lady also appeared at two private fundraisers during her visit to Los Angeles on Monday.

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