And the newest Instagram user is...
Her first photo? A group pic in Africa (where she and President Barack Obama are currently traveling with their daughters, Malia and Sasha) captioned, "My first instagram! So inspired and so impressed by these extraordinary young women. –mo #FLOTUSinAfrica."
Racking up 95,000 followers in less than 24 hours, this addition to Instagram came not long after the White House made an official account (the only user the first lady is following as of now).
Mr. Obama is also known for setting social media milestones, having been the very first presidential candidate to use Twitter for his campaign. Another recent political addition to the social media world is none other than Hillary Clinton who just joined Twitter earlier this month.
Also on today's show, the panel offered their condolences to James Gandolfini after his funeral took place earlier in New York City at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine on Manhattan's Upper West Side. Attendants included family, friends and, of course, his costars from The Sopranos.
Broadway theaters also paid tribute to the award-winning actor by dimming the marquees on Wednesday night.
"He didn't consider himself to be such a great actor and it's just a little bittersweet how much people are appreciating him now," Santana said of the late actor, adding, "I hope he's able to see it."
The group shared their opinion on the recently released Forbes' Most Powerful Actors and Actresses list, with Hugh Jackman as the No. 1 actor followed by Robert Downey Jr.., Leonardo DiCaprio, Channing Tatum and Tom Cruise. Leading the actresses list? Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Lawrence and Jennifer Aniston.
Also discussed today was Prince Jackson's testimony in the wrongful death trial of the late Michael Jackson. The E! trio discussed how close the father-son duo was and added how the singer's daughter Paris Jackson (who was known as "Daddy's Little Princess") was the most emotionally affected by her father's passing.
Finally, watch Sandra Bullock's Tuesday appearance on The Tonight Show. When Jay Leno commented on the high presence of foul language in the actress's new film, the Heat star responds with the F-bomb.
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