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Michelle Obama's Dougie Dance Delights School Kids

Klaudia//May 5, 2011
Michelle Obama's 'Dougie Dance' delighted school kids during her recent visit to a Washington School, reports ABC News. Michelle Obama was promoting her 'Let's Move Campaign' to fight childhood obesity when she unexpectedly launched into a version of the latest dance craze. The First Lady led by example at 'Alice Deal Middle School' in the nation's capital, dancing a series of steps as Beyonce's 'Move Your Body' blasted over the sound-system. Obama demonstrated an old school 'running man' before delighting the field of students with her 'Dougie'. Speaking about her 'dancing influences' to ABC News, the First Lady said, "Beyoncé is one of my favorite performers on the planet. And when she agreed to remake her video and do this Let's Move flash workout, I was so excited, because this is what we've been talking about, that exercise and moving can be fun". Obama launched the campaign back in 2010 but was immediately criticised by the right-wing political commentator Glenn Beck who proclaimed, "Get away from my french fries, Mrs. Obama. The first politician that comes up to me with a carrot stick, I've got a place for it and it's not in my tummy". Beyonce, a keen supporter of Michelle Obama's 'Let's Move Campaign', made a surprise visit to a middle school in Harlem, New York, this week. The superstar singer taught kids the moves from her 'Move Your Body' video.

Let's Move! Flash Workout at PS/MS 161

Klaudia//May 4, 2011
Beyonce surprises students at PS/MS 161 in Harlem as part of First Lady Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" initiative to fight childhood obesity. The students were dancing to "Move Your Body," which the singer recorded for the initiative. Middle School students from around the country were participating in the four-minute flash dance routine simultaneously 1:42 pm EST on May 3, 2011 in New York City.



Nicki Minaj, Beyoncé, Eminem Featured on “Songs for Japan”

Klaudia//March 26, 2011
Music from the hottest artists around has been compiled into Songs for Japan, an all-star album created to raise money for earthquake relief efforts. Available today on iTunes, the 38-track digital disc includes Nicki Minaj’s “Save Me,” Eminem’s “Love the Way you Lie (ft. Rihanna),” Beyoncé’s “Irreplaceable” and Cee Lo Green’s “It’s Okay.” The download is $9.99; a physical double disc will be released next month. The charity album is a joint effort between Universal Music Group, Sony Entertainment Music, Warner Music Group and EMI Music. More than 10,000 people have been declared dead, according to Japan’s National Police Agency. Proceeds from Songs for Japan will be donated to the Japanese Red Cross Society to assist survivors.

New Beyonce song

Klaudia//March 12, 2011
A new version of Beyonce's hit song "Get Me Bodied" has hit the internet. Beyonce re-recorded the song for the "Let’s Move! Flash Workout", the song will be apart of Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" campaign to help childhood obesity. Watch the video below.

NABEF Gets Moving With Beyonce

Klaudia//March 4, 2011
The National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation (NABEF) is getting ready to bust some moves. The foundation is partnering with Beyonce for the "Let's Move! Flash Workout" initiative to show support for Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" campaign to curb childhood obesity. The event calls for middle school students around the U.S. to perform a pre-choreographed "Let's Move" dance exercise at 1:42 p.m. on May 3. The event is being produced in partnership with the National Middle School Association, the National School Boards Association and the American Association of School Administrators. Beyonce has re-written and re-recorded one of her songs and is providing and instructional video demonstrating the "Let's Move! Flash Workout" routine. "NABEF is proud to assist the First Lady's 'Let's Move!' campaign and supports efforts to address the epidemic of childhood obesity," said NABEF President Marcellus Alexander. "We can think of no greater gift to America than keeping our schoolchildren healthy." On Wednesday, the First Lady spoke on a conference call with Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack to discuss advancing the "Let's Move!" program goal of doubling the number of U.S. schools participating in the Department of Agriculture's HealthierUS School Challenge Program.

Statement on Beyonce's St. Barts performance

Klaudia//March 3, 2011
Statement regarding Beyoncé and her performance in St. Barts from Yvette Noel-Schure (Publicist): "All monies paid to Beyoncé for her performance at a private party at Nikki Beach St. Barts on New Year's Eve 2009, including the commissions paid to her booking agency, were donated to the earthquake relief efforts for Haiti, over a year ago. Once it became known that the third party promoter was linked to the Qaddafi family, the decision was made to put that payment to a good cause."

Beyonce and me: Our brave Chelsea-Lee tells

Klaudia//September 23, 2009
Beyonce Knowles's star shone a little brighter during her Sydney concert at the weekend when the singer made the dreams of a young New Lambton cancer battler come true. Chelsea-Lee James, 11, shed tears as she stood on the stage at Beyonce's Acer Arena concert in front of more than 20,000 people. But they were tears of joy from this brave little girl plucked from the crowd by her idol. After dedicating her final song, Halo, to Michael Jackson, Beyonce called Chelsea-Lee to the stage, the superstar embracing her big-hearted fan. "It was breathtaking," Chelsea-Lee said. "She said 'you're a great dancer,' and just sang to me, it was so cool," she said. "Nothing else mattered in the world, it was me up there with Beyonce." The emotion was not lost on the crowd, with the moment caught on video, uploaded to website YouTube and recording thousands of hits. Beyonce knelt beside the awestruck girl, adapting her lyrics and singing "'Chelsea I can see your halo, I pray it won't fade away". The words meant so much more because of Chelsea-Lee's extraordinary struggle, mother Donna James said yesterday. The Herald documented the family's battle to have Chelsea-Lee's rare cancer, a primitive neuroectodermal tumour, diagnosed in 2003. After three failed attempts in a year, Chelsea-Lee was admitted to John Hunter Hospital where doctors discovered a 20-centimetre tumour on her spine. She was operated on within 24 hours and began five years of treatment, including chemotherapy and radiotherapy. When four tumours returned in 2006, she was given a one per cent chance of survival. Chelsea-Lee was again in remission, but the tumours could come back, Ms James said. Far from focusing on the difficulties of her battle, Chelsea-Lee is excited about the newest addition to her speed dial. "Beyonce phoned me up the next day and thanked me for coming on stage with her," Chelsea-Lee said. "For Beyonce to do that without even knowing what Chelsea-Lee's been through, that shows she is pretty special," Ms James said.