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Michelle Obama To Appear On TV Series Nashville

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The first lady’s office has reported that Michelle Obama will appear on an episode of the ABC series Nashville, airing May 7. It will be the first lady’s second appearance on a prime time network show this spring.

The episode, entitled “All or Nothing with Me,” will deal with a benefit concert at Fort Campbell, a real military base in Kentucky, and will also star country singer Kelli Pickler.

The AP reports that Mrs. Obama will in fact be visiting the base in real life:

Mrs. Obama and the wife of Vice President Joe Biden, Jill Biden, are scheduled to the visit [the] Army base in Kentucky on Wednesday to address a jobs summit and career forum for service members, veterans and their spouses. The appearance is for the third anniversary of their nationwide initiative to support military families, called Joining Forces.

Mrs. Obama will also appear in the season finale of Parks and Recreation, which airs on April 28th. Vice President Joe Biden, the frequently-mentioned crush of main character Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler), has already appeared on the show, as have several senators.

Barack Obama has not appeared in any prime time sitcoms or dramas, but has developed something of a presence in entertainment. He has taped special messages for the shows Mythbusters and The Colbert Report. Also, Obama recently appeared on the webseries Between Two Ferns, playing an agitated version of himself opposite host Zach Galifianakis to promote Obamacare enrollment.

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