#ThankYouObama BET Salutes The Obamas With “Love & Happiness: An Obama Celebration” [Video]

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BET celebrated President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama on Tuesday night with BET Presents Love & Happiness: An Obama Celebration.

Timelines were flooded with #ThankYouObama messages while the concert that took place on the White House’s South Lawn last month aired on BET.

The star-studded musical celebration served as “a love letter to the president and first lady” according to Connie Orlando, the cable network’s senior VP of specials, music, and news and featured powerhouse performances from Jill Scott, Janelle Monaé, Common, Usher, Bell Biv DeVoe, The Roots, De La Soul, Yolanda Adams, Michelle Williams, Kierra Sheard, and former Hamilton star Leslie Odom, Jr.

Take a look at some highlights from the celebration below.

Terrence J. and Regina Hall thank Obama for his service to our country and our people.

 

In the words of FLOTUS, “We’re all in this together.”.

 

Samuel L. Jackson just knew his character Jules from “Pulp Fiction” was one of the coolest cats until he discovered that POTUS is really one of the coolest cats we have ever seen.

 

Jesse L. Williams applauds the Obamas for being the role models for America.

 

Common had the crowd feeling special as they sang along with him during his performance of “The Light.”.

 

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama are honored to welcome everyone to a White House musical extravaganza.

 

The lovely ladies of gospel took over the White House and saaang! The trio gave praise to the Lord as they entertained the crowd.

 

The crowd pumped their fists and danced while Bell Biv DeVoe performed “Poison.”.

 

Angela Bassett celebrates the blessing of love between Michelle and Barack Obama.

 

Leslie Odom Jr. of Broadway’s “Hamilton” does an impromptu rap for President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.

 

First lady Michelle Obama leads us into the beginning of her final White House workshop with gospel’s finest, Yolanda Adams and Michelle Williams.

 

Common, Dascha Polanco, Angela Bassett, and De La Soul send their best wishes to the first family upon their departure from the White House.