Black-ish” is set to welcome an extra-special guest star for its eighth and final season.

Social media was used by the ABC Comedy creators to reveal that Michelle ObamaShe will be appearing on an episode. Although the former first lady plays herself on an episode, further details about her appearance remain secret.

Praising the show’s “wit and all-around brilliance,” Obama said that filming the episode was “such a thrill”

“I can’t wait for you all to see it,” she tweeted.

“Black-ish,” which debuted in 2014, revolves around an upper-middle-class Black family led by Andre “Dre” Johnson (Anthony Anderson) and Rainbow Johnson (Tracee Ellis Ross) in Los Angeles. 2017: Ross receivedFor her performances, she was presented with a Golden Globe Award.

It has also touched upon politics. In 2018, the creative team decided to shelve an episode titled “Please, Baby, Please” that featured commentary about former President Donald Trump, who was referred to as “the Shady King.” The episode was made availableLast year, Hulu subscribers.

An earlier version of this year saw the emergence of voting rights activist Stacey AbramsReceived an Emmy nomination for her voiceover work on the series’ 2020 election special.

Obama tried acting once before. The sixth season’s finale episode featured her. of NBC’s “Parks and Recreation”In 2014, her husband was still President.


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