06:09 PM EDT 12/22/2014
Originally posted 12/20/2014 10:45AM
The Obamas open up about raising their daughters, the impact of stereotypes, and what's on the POTUS dance party playlist. Subscribe now for instant access to the exclusive PEOPLE interview.
Originally posted 12/08/2014 08:40AM
Starting with the startling fact that all the celebrities participating in Sunday night's The Kennedy Center Honors – from Bruce Springsteen and Lady Gaga to Meryl Streep and Steven Spielberg – "come on their own dime," according to the gala's producer, this year's Honors was packed with things that make you go hmmm.
Originally posted 03/03/2014 05:15PM
In words and song, Robin Thicke is still trying to woo back wife Paula Patton.
Originally posted 01/20/2012 10:35AM
Bill Clinton blasted a mean sax, Harry Truman and Richard Nixon tickled the ivories, Andrew Jackson strummed the banjo, and John Quincy Adams tooted the flute – only not very well, according to his Harvard classmates.
Thursday night, the current occupant of the White House, President Barack Obama, showed off his own musical skills by delivering a surprise serenade during a campaign fundraiser at Harlem's legendary Apollo Theater.
With the song's originator, the Rev. Al Green, in the audience, the Chief Executive vocalized a few bars of "Let's Stay Together."
"I told you I was going to do it," Obama said after singing. "Sandman did not come out," he added, referring to the late Howard "Sandman" Sims, the vaudeville tap-dancer who would give the hook to unpopular acts on Showtime at the Apollo's amateur nights.
The crowd ate it up. But do you?
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