Michelle Obama 'Mid-Life Crisis' Inspired New Bangs Hairdo, 'Won't Let me Bungee Jump Instead Cut My Bangs' [VIDEO]
By Staff Writer | February 18, 2013 06:00 PM EST
Michelle Obama, the first lady of the United States just turned 49 and explained that her now-signature bangs was not fashion statement but rather a from "mid-life crisis."
During the Rachael Ray interview of "Q & Ray" through Skype for "Rachael Ray Show" Wednesday episode today, the first lady was asked about her much-discussed new hairstyle last month few days before President Barack Obama's second inauguration.
Obama said, "This is my mid-life crisis. I couldn't get a sports car. They won't let me bungee jump. So instead, I cut my bangs."
The first lady first shared her bangs through a photo uploaded on her Twitter account on her birthday last month which led the president quickly admitting he's a fan of the new hairdo, saying it was the "most significant" event of the weekend.
"I love her bangs. She looks good. She always looks good," President Obama shared at an inaugural reception night before the inauguration.
"The Rachael Ray Show" released a clip of the interview today however the full interview will not be available on air until Wednesday.
The first lady has appeared on "The Rachael Ray Show" before as she invited the talk show host to the White House for a bar-b-cue and shared some of her favorite football recipes on the show.
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