March 2, 2024

Michelle Obama Wins Second Grammy Award

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Former United States First Lady Michelle Obama has won a Grammy Award for Best Audio Book, Narration, and Storytelling Recording. This makes the former first lady a Grammy Award winner for the second time.

However, the book that Michelle was honored for came out in November 2022. It talks about her life and moments where she was filled with uncertainty. It further highlights moments from being a rare African American undergraduate to becoming the first African American First Lady of the United States. She was, however, not in attendance.

Michelle’s winning best audiobook, narration, and storytelling was known as The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Time. The awards took place on Sunday during the 2024 Grammy Awards pre-show. She beat nominees like Meryl Streep, Senator Bernie Sanders, William Shatner, and Rick Rubin.

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Furthermore, Michelle won her first Grammy in the same category for her memoir Becoming in 2020. Last year, former President Barack Obama won the Best Narrator Emmy Award for his Netflix documentary series, Our Great National Parks. The Obamas’ production company, Higher Ground, was behind the five-part series on national parks around the world.

The Emmy joined Obama’s two Grammy awards, putting him halfway to becoming an Egot—someone with an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony award. By that time, he had also become the only second US president in history to win an Emmy.

In conclusion, the Netflix series showcased natural beauty spanning five continents and featured locations including Chile, Patagonia, and Indonesia.

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