It was only last week that we, and a lot of other outlets, were questioning why Michelle and Barack Obama had not been seen together in quite some time.
Well, they ended that by stepping out at the US Open on Monday night.
Of course, the magazines all gushed over Michelle, who wore a denim dress to the event.
Michelle is Here
Democrats love them some Obamas, so it was no surprise to see everyone losing themselves when Barack and Michelle showed up at the US Open in New York.
Nor was it a surprise for them to overplay their hands regarding Michelle's outfit.
She wore a 1950s-style denim dress, which I personally thought looked rather dumpy on her, but what do I know?
According to Hello Magazine, the denim outfit she was wearing went for a cool $2,500.
Upset winner Coco Gauff was among those gushing over the former First Couple, whom she met after her win.
Gauff stated, "I wasn't sure they were here or not. I saw the Secret Service.
"I didn't know if it was Mr. Biden and Mrs. Biden. I knew it was somebody. Then I heard that maybe Mr. Clinton was coming. I didn't know who exactly it was.
"So I didn't know until after the match."
She continued, "I didn't see them in the presidential box. I was obviously looking at that, but they weren't, I guess, in my eyeline. But afterward, they told me they wanted to say hi."
Michelle, who claims she has no interest in seeking the White House, sounded an awful lot like a politician after the match.
She stated, "Billie Jean teaches us that when things lie in the balance, we all have a choice to make. We can either wait around and accept what we're given. We can sit silently and hope someone else fights our battles. Or we can make our own stand.
"We can use whatever platforms we have to speak out and fight to protect the progress we've made, and level the playing field for all of our daughters and their daughters," reported AP News.
She continued on, railing about how women athletes need to be paid as much as their male counterparts.
I am all for it, as long as they draw the same crowds. Now, in a sport like tennis, the men and women are pretty much on level ground.
Switch to basketball, and the women's teams cannot even get enough people to fill the lower bowl.
Equal pay, equal production… that sounds fair to me.