It may not be a royal selfie, but Jennifer Lopez scored a cool snap with the USA's First Lady Michelle Obama when the two women attended the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) and NUVOtv's Unity Luncheon in New York on Thursday. They were in town for LULAC's first-ever national convention, which was designed to bring together 1,500 Latino leaders, activists, and students. Jennifer introduced Michelle to the audience, where she took to the stage to talk about the importance of education. "I know that education is one of so many pressing issues on your plates right now," Michelle said. "I know from my own life experiences that if we truly want to lift up our next generation, we must tackle all of these issues at the same time. That is actually one of the greatest lessons of LULAC's history." Jennifer has been a longtime supporter of Michelle and President Barack Obama, and she joined up with Beyoncé back in 2012 to film a campaign ad to encourage women to reelect the president. Keep scrolling to see more shots of J Lo and FLOTUS from Thursday's event.
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