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Oh say can you see … the Easter Bunny? The furry guy pops up behind the First Family – President Barack Obama, wife Michelle and daughters Sasha, 8, and Malia, 11 – during the national anthem.
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BUST A MOVE
Malia cracks a smile while dancing with Mom on Monday, as the cast of Glee performs. Dating back to 1878, the White House Easter Egg Roll draws lucky locals, who win tickets through a competitive lottery.
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IN THE CLUB
They're unstoppable! The mega-popular cast of Glee – which returns to FOX on April 13 – belts out hits like "Somebody to Love" and "Don't Stop Believin'" to fans on the White House lawn.
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HE COULD, HE WOULD
President Obama takes a break from foreign policy to read Green Eggs and Ham to children Monday. The theme of the day was "Ready, Set, Go!," with a goal of promoting health and wellness.
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EGG HER ON
There she rolls! President Obama lends a hand to Lilian Plouffe – daughter of campaign manager David Plouffe – during the event. Wooden eggs with the President's signature were crafted for the big day.
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We're not in Hogwarts anymore! Author J.K. Rowling, creator of the Harry Potter series, charms kids with a South Lawn reading.
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HAVING A BALL
He shoots, he scores! Bowie, Md., resident Josh Gresham, 4, shoots hoops with the sports-loving President, who later went to Nationals Park to throw out the first pitch at the team's home opener.
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"Baby" singer Justin Bieber gets the crowd (including the First Lady!) moving as he tackles drums and vocals on the White House stage.