Monday’s White House Easter Egg Roll was surely the best one of President Barack Obama’s presidency, featuring guests ranging from Beyonce and Shaquille O’Neal, to hundreds of children on the hunt for colorful eggs.
The 138th annual White House Easter Egg Roll was home to over 35,000 guests after Easter Sunday and featured plenty of fun and games under FLOTUS’ “Let’s Move!” initiative. Activities included yoga, soul cycling, cooking demonstrations, and the first-ever White House Fun Run, USA Today reports.
The event took place after the First Family’s church service attendance at the historic Alfred Street Baptist Church in Virginia. The Obamas kicked off the fun-filled day with toned down versions of the “Whip/Nae Nae” and read to children on the front lawn.
Other celebrities who read to the kids included Shaquille O’Neal, Shonda Rhimes, Bear Grylls, and the cast of Black-ish. Meanwhile, the First Couple read Obama’s favorite book, Where The Wild Things Are.
Broadway singer and actress Idina Menzel also performed the Frozen favorite, “Let It Go.”
Of course, President Obama gave us more #ObamaAndKids moments with attendees, and this cool photo in which he fist-bumped a storm trooper.
Beyonce’s signed artists, teens Chloe and Halle Bailey, also performed at the White House. The singer was in attendance with husband Jay Z and daughter Blue Ivy, who enjoyed a fun moment with the Muppets.
Check out more photos from the Easter Egg Roll below.
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