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Among the 30,000 revelers who flocked to the Executive Mansion's South Lawn for the eggs-cellent festivities: Oscar-nominated Beasts of the Southern Wild star Quvenzhané Wallis, who topped a star-studded guest list that included NASCAR driver Danica Patrick, American Idol alums Jordin Sparks and Jessica Sanchez, and Sesame Street characters.
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Let the games begin! The egg-rolling competition gets, well, rolling as the first family – and that other, decidedly more adorable politician – stay on the sidelines. Attendees also enjoyed live music, sporting events and cooking stations.
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The FLOTUS takes the festivities one page at a time as she reads Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs to a group of kids, including her daughters.
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He's got game, too! The President soon gets in on the fun, proving he's a good sport albeit going 2 for 22 on the basketball court. After missing 13 shots in a row, Obama let a 10-year-old take over. "He couldn't make one," the junior athlete later told reporters. "I had to help him out."
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The first lady also promotes a wholesome, active lifestyle as she teams with Al Roker and chef Anne Burrell to cook up some veggies – and some fun. Prior to putting her signature moves on display, she told guests, "Overall, we want you guys to have a good time and keep moving and be healthy. And, kids, eat your vegetables, okay?"
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Even first dog Bo Obama backs his human parent's healthful platform, and an egg-shaped caked decorated in the 4-year-old pooch's likeness displays the message: "Be healthy. Be active."
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We know who would easily earn the paw-pular vote! In real life, the Obama family's pooch is no wallflower throughout the festivities – especially as he makes his way through the garden for a storytelling session with the president. Much to our disappointment, he did not wear his Easter Bunny costume again.
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April Fools' Day aside, the Obamas take the annual event's overarching purpose seriously, making time to meet with children attendees. "It's great to have everyone here this morning," Mrs. O said earlier in the day from the White House balcony.
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