Michelle Obama rocked the house and Ciara was present to help her out.
The former first lady and wife of Barack Obama, who is still promoting her bestselling book, Becoming, has been touring the country via “A Conversation with Michelle Obama” tour that made a stop at the Tacoma Dome in Washington.
At the event that was hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, Michelle spoke about her memoir and inspired those in the 18,000-plus audience.
Russell Wilson’s wife, Eddie Vedder, and Sue Bird were present to open the event.
Ciara gave a passionate speech where she said: “@MichelleObama Thanks for having me on stage last night. You inspire us all so much. You give every girl in this world so much hope! #IAmBecoming.”
One person said Russell has changed Ciara for the better and added: “Awesome. I can tell your husband has a big impact on the woman you’ve become as well. I see him in you in a good way. You guys are goals for sure. God Bless your family. #levelup”
Another commenter claimed: “The way she talks, everything has changed for the better you are the environment you surround yourself with maybe I need to try that because she most definitely leveled up. The Wilsons and my Forever First Lady Michelle, powerful and inspiring. ❤️❤️You are truly an Amazing Young Lady, an Amazing Wife & an Amazing Mother …May God Continue To Bless You & Your Beautiful Family.”
This fan said to stop talking about her husband and added: “It’s truly annoying how people make everything about her husband. Yes, he makes her better just as she makes him better, but he is not responsible for her growth. Anybody who’s been following Ciara and knows her journey and what she’s been through knows that. She was this amazing woman that we see here when he met her. I love that Ciara isn’t letting music be her only story. She is evolving so much, in so many directions that if she stopped doing music tomorrow, there would still be more of her to see just in another realm. 💪🏾sista, #girlpower #blackgirlmagic #girlsrock #beallthatyoucanbe Go Cici.❣️”
Ciara is going places.