Ellen DeGeneres is on with her antics once again as an author holds a book signing with her fans.
The former First Lady, during her time in the White House, had to be careful about what she said.
In the nine-minute clip above, the former First Lady talks about her new book Becoming, her life with Barack, and the celebrity she now texts with the most (spoiler alert: it's Oprah). DeGeneres then built more hype by taking out a megaphone and announcing Obama's presence in the outlet.More news: All-new Toyota Corolla revealed
She added, "For every bit of awe we felt in Kenya, we were also exhausted, which led to quibbling, which led finally, for whatever reason, to rage". As the woman told Obama how her name spelled, she told DeGeneres, "Stop distracting her, Ellen".
"I stole the phrase when we go low, they go high from the back of a Snapple cap", she read with a laugh.More news: New Zealand win toss, opt to bat in first Test against Pakistan
DeGeneres had a temper by throwing her pen and walking saying, "You do it yourself, then", to which Obama said: "It's better that way".
It was not all gloom as she went on to reveal that she enjoyed the company of Obama's relatives who turned out to be her in-laws.More news: Two Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty of genocide
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