On a Roll! The Obamas' Easter Egg Star-Fest
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.
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.
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.
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.
We're not in Hogwarts anymore! Author J.K. Rowling, creator of the Harry Potter series, charms kids with a South Lawn reading.
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.
"Baby" singer Justin Bieber gets the crowd (including the First Lady!) moving as he tackles drums and vocals on the White House stage.