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Hot stuff celebs love: Michelle Obama joins Snapchat

FILE - In this July 10, 2013 file photo, first lady Michelle Obama speaks to mayors and other officials about the initiative, "Let’s Move! Cities, Towns and Counties," in Washington. Michelle Obama is taking her “Let’s Move!” campaign to Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day. The first lady will speak during Saturday’s festivities, the unofficial kickoff to the U.S. Open, tennis’ last Grand Slam tournament of the year. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File)
FILE - In this July 10, 2013 file photo, first lady Michelle Obama speaks to mayors and other officials about the initiative, "Let’s Move! Cities, Towns and Counties," in Washington. Michelle Obama is taking her “Let’s Move!” campaign to Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day. The first lady will speak during Saturday’s festivities, the unofficial kickoff to the U.S. Open, tennis’ last Grand Slam tournament of the year. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File) AP

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Forget Kim Kardashian. There’s a new Snapchat queen in the house. The White House, to be exact. Michelle Obama dove into the trendy social media platform to mix both business and pleasure. According to an official press release, FLOTUS created the account so millennials can follow her travels while promoting her “Let Girls Learn” initiative. But look out for fun celebrity takeovers, like Gilmore Girls star Alexis Bledel and Al Roker.

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When it’s summer in Miami, so-called Daisy Dukes are never a bad thing. These beyond cute and comfortable denim shorts (preferably ripped) can be dressed up with a fancy blouse and high heels, or dressed down with a T-shirt and sneakers. Selena Gomez is certainly a fan, rocking a few pairs while touring in Canada on her Revival tour. In Vancouver, the singer posted an Instagram pic of her dancing with a crowd in a — sadly sold out — style called Revival Patches from Gomez’s e-commerce store, Bravado, which collaborates with various celebs. Get similar ones for a song at Forever 21.

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If you don’t know what the word “belfie” means, there may be no reason to read on. Fact of the matter is that there’s no denying that derrieres are in. To keep up with this hopefully short-lived trend, check out a new, chemical-free nail polish from Nubar Cosmetics. Bottles in the Bootie Babe collection are shaped like a you-know-what. Twenty-four colorful neons, glitters and metallics come with such cheeky names as The End Is Near, Tears for Rears and Junk in the Trunk. $12.50 each. www.BootieBabe.com

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