Michelle Obama & Sarah Jessica Parker Celebrate The Arts (Part 2)

Michelle Obama & Sarah Jessica Parker Celebrate The Arts (Part 2)

First Lady Michelle Obama is spearheading the White House’s Turnaround Arts program, which helps low-performing schools increase student achievement through access to arts education. The First Lady has enlisted the help of Sarah Jessica Parker, who performed with kids involved in the program at a first-ever White House talent show.

We know what happens when kids are exposed to art, grades go up, attendance goes up, parent participation goes up, it's all good. First lady Michelle Obama is spearheading schools in high poverty areas increase student achievement through access to art education. The first lady has introduced help as Sarah Jessica parker. She performed with the kids involved in the program at a first-ever white house talent show. Well, the dedication of these two ladies is undeniable, as is their style sense. Now, when it comes to style, they are both married, and in their marriages, they are the better halves. You guys are fashion icons, as well as -- No. I mean, really, the clothes are fantastic. Your husbands, on the other hand, how would you describe their style? Evolving. Jeans. That was a long time ago. He's upping his game. If you notice, look a little closely, when he puts on a checked shirt, we go wild, crazy, dad has on color! That's really good, we reward him. Your husband looks like an English professor at some university. He's always in a tweed jacket, right? I think he likes to live in a time machine. I think he'd like it to be about 1942. Does he take fashion advice from you? He will usually when we're supposed to have already left, you know that moment? Can you help me with the tie, but the truth of the matter is, he doesn't need it. I love his taste. I think he has wonderful taste. It's very much his own and I wouldn't want to muddy the waters. Do you text your husband throughout the day, and will he respond? Not throughout the day. He would respond -- If you send him one, he'd know about it, he has it on him? Yes, he would, but we work and live in the same place, so if I really need to see him, I'll walk downstairs. We don't do too much texting. The kids and I, we text. A lot? We do. That's how they communicate, so -- I got a letter from mother's day from Malia, a two-page letter. What did she say? I love you mom? I want to know. I gave you that little fact. That's something I haven't told anybody. What did it say?