Michelle Obama is to make a cameo appearance on ABC's 'Nashville' on May 7.
Michelle Obama is to guest star on 'Nashville'.
The First Lady, 50, will make a cameo appearance as herself in an upcoming episode of the ABC drama, which will air on May 7 and lead up to the season two finale.
The brunette beauty will appear alongside Connie Britton, whose character Rayna James persuades Michelle to host a charity concert at Fort Campbell, after it is revealed character Luke Wheeler has been injured in Afghanistan.
Michelle is also scheduled to guest star in the hit comedy 'Parks and Recreation' on April 24.
Michelle, who appears to have no problem oozing confidence in front of the cameras, recently admitted she wasn't against getting Botox done in the future because she believes women should have the power to feel happy in their own skin.
She said previously: ''Right now, I don't imagine that I would go that route, but I've also learned to never say 'never'. Women should have the freedom to do whatever they need to do to feel good about themselves.''
Meanwhile, Michelle has a busy start to the year as she turned 50 in January, and she made sure she celebrated the milestone birthday in style by arranging for Beyonce to perform at her star-studded bash at the White House.
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