Jimmy Fallon and Michelle Obama Have Fun Crashing Random People's Zoom Meetings — See Reactions
Jimmy Fallon and Michelle Obama pranked people on Zoom by randomly entering their group calls leaving everyone shocked beyond belief.
It is no wonder that many people love Michelle Obama; her youthful and adventurous spirit coupled with the knowledge she has imparted on others is simply captivating.
Recently, the former first lady appeared on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and showed her playful side by pranking random group calls on Zoom.
During the segment, Obama and Fallon unexpectedly joined Zoom calls with people talking about cooking and baking. At first, the pair entered a group discussion and claimed they were in the wrong Zoom.
As their pranks progressed, the two began doing weirder things such as pretending to be twins in matching headpieces, wearing funny masks, and acting like musicians.
At one point, the pair appeared, holding up books. Obama held her novel, “Becoming,” while Fallon held former President Barack Obama’s book, “A Promised Land.”
Her family also went through tough times, having been imprisoned at home due to safety measures.
“Wrong book, Jimmy!” the mom-of-two told the host. Nearly all Zoom group attendees had the same surprised reaction, shocked beyond belief that they were in the same call as Obama and Fallon.
Although Obama has been on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” before, her current agenda was to discuss the Netflix series, “Waffles and Mochi,” she will star in and executively produce.
The 57-year-old will take on the role of a grocery owner who helps two puppets, Waffles and Mochi, on different adventures as they travel to farms, kitchens, and other establishments. Several recipes will also be shared by known chefs, celebrities, and even children.
Many around the world look to Obama for being a strong woman and encouraging others to believe that they can make a difference. Through her experiences, she tries to share and inspire those around her to be better.
Previously, Obama spoke about the pandemic and shared one crucial lesson she learned. “Many people have struggled: Jobs lost, people going hungry. We’ve learned to count our blessings, the importance of health, and family,” she said.
Like any other household, her family also went through tough times, having been imprisoned at home due to safety measures. Despite the lows, the Obama family stayed strong and came out happier.