Michelle Obama laughs about leg-flashing prom dress

   Apr 17, 3:40 pm

Washington, April 17 (ANI): As Angelina Jolie did at the Oscars, first lady Michelle Obama showed off some leg at her high school prom.

In a video chat with Ellen DeGeneres airing on Monday's show, Obama admits that the dress she wore that evening was a daring one, the Politico reported.

"That split was a little high," Obama said when a photo showing her in a metallic gold gown was displayed.

"I don't know if I'd let my kids go out in a split that high, so let's not show this to Malia and Sasha."

DeGeneres also pointed out the strange set-up of the picture in which Obama is seated in a large wicker chair as her mustachioed date stands beside her.

"You've never done the wicker chair shot?" Obama replied with a laugh. "That's standard." (ANI)

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