Whilst most of us are undeniably missing the days of Michelle Obama at the White House, she made a major appearance on Wednesday at the 25th annual ESPY Awards to honor the late Eunice Kennedy Shriver with the Arthur Ashe Courage Award.
The former FLOTUS, who’s everyone favorite when it comes to her personal style made a glamorous entrance in a jaw-dropping Cushnie et Ochs’ dress that featured a striking neckline guaranteed to move eyes in her direction. Of course, when you’re Michelle Obama, we don’t expect anything less, which means her appearance was enough to leave everyone gasping for breath, especially after completing the look with some killer heels.
Presenting the Award, the former FLOTUS said, “I am here tonight to honor a remarkable woman, a woman who believed everyone has something to contribute, and everyone deserves the chance to push themselves and find out what they are made of and to compete and win.”
“She knew when we gave others the greatest chance to fulfill their potential, we all win, she added. “So nearly 50 years ago, she created the Special Olympics, and over the course of her life she turned that visionary idea into a worldwide movement with competitions across the globe.”
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