Michelle Obama has certainly made the rounds in the past week, from promoting an anti-obesity campaign with late night host Jimmy Fallon to her surprise Oscars appearance announcing the Best Picture winner.
Today, it was revealed she will be joining Kelly Ripa from LIVE with Kelly and Michael for a 'hangout with The First Lady' day on March 4, where the pair with discuss 'fitness, family and fun.'
Critics complain that Mrs Obama is overstepping her reach and risks losing favor with the public for being overexposed.
Media blitz: Critics are complaining that Michelle Obama is becoming too ubiquitous on TV; an interview with GMA's Robin Roberts aired today, one of many recent appearances
Silver lady: Mrs Obama presented the Best Picture Oscar to 'Argo' live from the Diplomatic Room of the White House on February 24 during the Oscars
The runaround: Mrs Obama made the talk show rounds, visiting 'Good Morning America' on February 21 before stopping by 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon'; the shows air dates have been staggered
Mrs Obama’s surprise Oscars appearance via video link– the reported brainchild of producer Harvey Weinstein – seemed to draw the most ire.
‘There is a sense of going too far and too much and becoming so ubiquitous that people don’t consider you something special,’ she told NBC.
‘She's the first lady… not a Hollywood celebrity.’
Fox News Radio reporter Todd Starnes chimed in on Mrs Obama’s Oscars appearance, saying that she 'probably felt like she was entitled to upstage' the event.
Shake it: Host Jimmy Fallon dressed as a mom, left, danced with first lady Michelle Obama during an appearance of 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' on February 22; she was promoting her 'Let's Move' campaign
Still to come: Mrs Obama filmed an appearance of 'Dr Oz' on February 22; it will air Thursday
The Oscars was only one of her recent media appearances though. She appeared in a now-viral video with Jimmy Fallon promoting ‘Let’s Move,’ showing her strength by doing push-ups and dancing opposite the NBC late night host.
During the interview, Fallon asked if she had plans to run with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in 2016, to which she cheekily responded: ‘You know, I have my eye actually on another job.
‘I hear that when Jay Leno retires that the “Tonight Show” position is going to open, and I’m thinking about putting my hat in the ring.’
Let's move: In one of two PSAs that aired on February 21, the First Lady explains how important it is to 'get your body moving every single day,' while Big Bird dances in the background
Nutritious snacks: In one video in the White House kitchen, Big Bird says to the First Lady, 'Gee, I bet you can get just anything you want in this kitchen.' Michelle said she likes to choose fruits and vegetables
The interview, which was broadcast today, was one of Robin Roberts' first assignments since she returned to the show following bone marrow transplant surgery five months ago.
Kelly will be moderating a Google+ hangout w/ @flotus Michelle Obama on Monday, March 4. Want to join? Info: bit.ly/YzlpOhNewsbusters.org criticized the interview for being filled with softball questions focusing around her new bangs, her fashion, and the success of her family and the president’s second term in office.
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After her treatment left her bald, Roberts said that her stylist had picked out a wig for her that resembled the first lady's new haircut - complete with bangs.
They then went on to a cooking segment.
Indeed, Mrs Obama has been much more in the public eye during the president’s second term.
First congrats: The president and first lady appeared on 'Good Morning America' on February 20 to congratulate anchor Robin Roberts on her return to the show following her illness