Michelle Obama makes cameo in ‘Funny or Die’s’ ‘Snackpocalypse’

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It’s not the starring role that President Barack Obama got in “Between Two Ferns,” but at least First Lady Michelle Obama has made her way into a “Funny or Die” video.

She makes a cameo in “Snackpocalypse,” a fake movie trailer about high school students who become junk food zombies.

They’re promised that if they re-elect the student body president, “I hereby swear there will be soda in those drinking fountains. There’s gonna be a pizza party every day. There’s going to be junk food in the vending machines. And there will be free money to buy the junk food in said vending machine.”

Once everyone is turned into junk food zombies, a hero, uses a crossbow, just like in “The Walking Dead” to rescue an apple out of the last remaining vending machine that is stocked with fruits and vegetables.

And that’s where the first lady comes in, sitting on her couch, eating a carrot.

“Don’t you hate when trailers give away the whole movie?” she says. “Can we just watch ‘Frozen’ again?”

SNACKPOCALYPSE with Chloe Grace Moretz, Tyler Posey, and First Lady Michelle Obama from Funny Or Die 

h/t: USA Today

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