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Michelle Obama Gives Emotional Final Speech: 'Being Your First Lady Has Been the Greatest Honor of My Life'

Michelle Obama Gives Emotional Final Speech: 'Being Your First Lady Has Been the Greatest Honor of My Life'

Michelle Obama delivered her final remarks as first lady.

Dressed in a red dress and gold teardrop earrings, Flotus took the podium at the White House on Friday at an event honoring the 2017 School Counselor of the Year as part of her "Reach Higher" initiative that promotes higher education. As expected, Obama's last speech was emotional, powerful and inspiring.

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Obama began her presentation by thanking her staff and joking that she rolls "pretty deep." She also called out the handful of celebrity guests in the audience, which included Jay Pharaoh, Ted Allen, Connie Britton, Kelly Rowland, La La Anthony, Andy Cohen, Usher, Wale and Allison Williams.

"All of these folks are here because they're using their star power to inspire our young people, and I am so grateful to all of you for stepping up in so many ways, on so many occasions," Flotus gushed

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