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First Lady To Salute Swift At Kids’ Choice Awards

07:01 AM Wednesday 3/28/12 | |

The first lady is making an appearance at The Kids’ Choice Awards to celebrate Taylor Swift for her charity work.

  • Taylor Swift

    Burswood Dome, Perth, Australia
    March 2, 2012

    (AP Photo)

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Michelle Obama will give Swift The Big Help Award during Nickelodeon’s 25th annual awards show Saturday night in Los Angeles.

The award recognizes individuals whose charitable efforts have made an impact and inspired children to do the same. Obama was the 2010 winner of the The Big Help Award.

Swift, one of the world’s top pop stars, has been active in flood and storm relief, raising $750,000 when she opened her final “Speak Now” tour rehearsal to fans to benefit tornado victims in The South. She’s also active with charities like The Make-A-Wish Foundation, St. Jude Medical Center and Habitat for Humanity.


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