Michelle Obama Flaunts Cleavage during Her 'Becoming' World Tour

The former First Lady proved that she can not only motivate people with her wise words but also look dazzling and fashionable while doing it.

Michelle Obama was at State Farm Arena in Atlanta as a part of her bestselling book tour, which ended this weekend.

As she stepped on to the stage to talk about her autobiography, “Becoming,” she donned a sizzling purple suit paired with a daring blacktop on the inside.

The former First Lady didn’t hesitate about flaunting her bold sense of fashion as she addressed an audience full of her admirers and supporters.

Moderated by CBS This Morning co-host, Gayle King, the event also had an intimate session where the two women discussed the subject matters of Obama’s book.

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Sunday night in Nashville, I walked off stage for the final time on my #IAmBecoming tour. After 34 stops, from Chicago to Copenhagen and Vancouver to Atlanta, I couldn’t be more humbled—or more hopeful. I started this journey knowing that in order for you all to know who I was, you had to know my whole story—the broken parts, the struggles, and the imperfections. It wasn’t always easy to share those moments, but I know that it’s only because of them that I was able to become something more. So thank you all—all the young people I met along the way, all the folks sitting in the balconies, all the book clubs who generated real discussions—for recognizing that truth in your own lives, and for sharing it not just with me but with the world. If each of us can do more of that, if we can be a little more vulnerable, a little more honest with ourselves and with each other, then maybe we can pay that lesson forward to someone else. Maybe we’ll be able to offer each other a little more grace. And maybe then, we can more fully embrace the ways we are the same. To me, that’s how we can all keep becoming, together.

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Obama also delivered an important message regarding the determination, belief in self, and power-play by citing an example of once being doubted about his potential by her high school counselor.

She told King that it is important to not listen to such people who have a habit of bringing others down.

“Somebody will tell us, ‘I don’t want you to be that big. I don’t think you should be that successful. You shouldn’t want that much. Don’t dream that big,’” Obama stated, and suggested that it was all a “part of the game of power.”

She explained that people who want power often tend to put others down so that they can’t have the power. That is why such people continue to “underestimate” others.

In her previous book tour events, Obama also spoke about her hopes and expectations from the upcoming 2020 Presidential Election.

Meanwhile, AJC reported that celebrities including Shonda Smith and her 19-year-old daughter, Zaria, were also amid Obama’s audience in the packed State Farm Arena.

Speaking about why Obama has such a huge following, Smith suggested that people have connected to her because of her humility. “Even though she was the first lady, she never lost sight of who she was.”

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As you’ve seen, I’ve been highlighting amazing young people during #BlackHistoryMonth and #WomensHistoryMonth. And now that we’re in April, I realized I have so many more stories to share—so why not keep it going? Let me introduce you to 18-year-old Hannah Bajakian. I first met Hannah at the 2015 White House Mother’s Day Tea when she was an 8th grader from Ft. Drum, New York. She’d written to me about her dad, a lieutenant colonel in the Army, and all the service and sacrifice that comes with being a kid from a military family — moving to new schools, leaving friends, and witnessing her family's daily strength and perseverance while her father battled cancer and served through multiple deployments. But as I’ve seen so many times, kids growing up in military families develop the most incredible skills of resilience, integrity, and commitment to something larger than themselves. Now a high school senior, Hannah is valedictorian of her class. She played a lead role in her school’s production of Mamma Mia. And a few weeks ago, she was accepted to West Point, carrying on the family tradition of service to our country. I’m so proud of the woman Hannah is becoming and I can’t wait to see everything she accomplishes in the years ahead. #IAmBecoming #FlashbackFriday #ReachHigher

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Besides celebrities, regular people like 111-year-old Mae Hardy were also among the audience cheering and supporting for Obama and her motivational book. 

According to Action News Jax, Hardy received two complimentary tickets from an Atlanta City Council member to attend the event. 

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