Skip to comments.Report: Michelle Obama to Attend Hollywood A-List/Euro-Elite Charity Party in Marbella Tonight
Posted on 08/07/2010 8:10:04 AM PDT by kristinn
What a coinky-dink. First Lady Michelle Obama's five day stay at the Villa Padierna in Marbella, Spain, is taking place at the same time as a Hollywood A-list, European elite charity dinner is being held there.
According to the Associated Press, Obama and her friends plan to attend:
The Obama party is due to attend a charity event hosted by actors Antonio Banderas and Eva Longoria on Saturday night, Marbella newspaper La Tribuna said.
The UK Telegraph has details about the party:
Meanwhile at the five-star luxury Villa Padierna, where the group have chosen to spend their mini-break, preparations were under way for Marbella's event of the year a star-studded charity gala hosted by Hollywood A-listers Antonio Banderas and Eva Longoria.
Expectation was high that the First Lady would be the special guest at the event on Saturday night after she received a personal invitation from Ms Longoria, star of Desperate Housewives, who lent her support to Barack Obama during his presidential campaign.
More than 400 tickets have been sold for the Starlite Gala at 1000 euros each, according to organisers, and reports suggested that this week another 200 people had applied for tickets and were on a waiting list after learning that Mrs Obama might be present.
What an amazing coincidence that Michelle "Let's Party" Obama booked her jet-set style vacation when the jet-set was in town.
I can’t WAIT to see MO’s new WARRIOR COAT!!!!
“reports suggested that this week another 200 people had applied for tickets and were on a waiting list after learning that Mrs Obama might be present.”
Sounds like high school, people clamoring to hang out with the perceived “cool kids.” Or like the inside the beltway crowd.....2012 can’t come soon enough!
Marbella, the parvenu paradise. Perfectly fitting for a this woman. One wonders how often she will return once she can no long count on the US taxpayer to foot the bill.
The best thing about Bush spending time at his ranch was that the press hated having to go there to cover him. It wasn’t glamorous enough for them.
Maybe this one from the "Geisha Reform"(!) collection?
join us now for another installment of ‘Desperate FLotuses’ .. or is it FLotusii.
Is there more to the solo vacation than meets the ‘eye’?
enquirin’ minds want to know.
I heard it’s only a $375K vacation ..
Soros, you cheap bastard. You ought to be paying for it.
You may be on to something.
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***Well you get my point...***
I was agreeing with you. I just wanted other readers to know about the Bush ranch White House, and it’s very low carbon footprint.
***The best thing about Bush spending time at his ranch was that the press hated having to go there to cover him. It wasnt glamorous enough for them.***
Nope. Sorry, you’re wrong. The BEST part was that it was too hot for the pasty-faced lib reporters. LOL
Did you know that Bush used to have dinners at his ranch for the Secret Service assigned to him, and that he knew all their kids’ names and asked about them? He even served them the barbecue himself.
I think it’s appropriate to mention here that Bush used to call the W. H. the People’s House. And he meant it.
Yes Clinton and Obama maybe best buds in public, but you have to remember Clinton cares about Clinton.
While Al Gore buys mansions that has a very high carbon footprint...
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