Michelle Obama earns Grammy nom for ‘American Grown’
The president already has two Grammy Awards in the spoken-word category for his books, now the first lady may win her own award to keep her husbands’ trophies company.
Mon, Dec 10 2012 at 2:55 PM
Michelle Obama works in the White House Kitchen Garden, the inspiration for the book "American Grown" (Photo: Robin Shreeves)
I totally missed the fact that the Grammy Award
nominations were announced last week, but as I was catching up this morning the news of the past couple days, I read that one of this year’s nominees is Michelle Obama.
says Michelle Obama hopes that the nomination will keep “the conversation going about how we can all work together to ensure a healthy future for all our nation's children." She also calls the nomination an honor not just for her “but for everybody who contributed to the garden and the audio book, from the National Parks Service employees to our White House chefs to our beekeeper.”
She’s not the first one in the first family to be nominated for a Grammy. President Obama was nominated and won both in 2006 and 2008 in the spoken-word category for his books “Dreams from My Father” and “The Audacity of Hope.”
The Grammy Awards will air February 10, 2013 on CBS. There’s no word on whether Michelle Obama will actually attend the ceremony or not.
I love how Michelle Obama's efforts to bring healthy, affordable food to everyone seems to be seeping into so many areas, including pop culture, don't you?
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