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'Billy On The Street' Is Back With Michelle Obama, Big Bird… And Elena!

Marissa Messiano | PopWrapped Author

Marissa Messiano

05/22/2016 8:33 pm
PopWrapped | Celebrities
'Billy On The Street' Is Back With Michelle Obama, Big Bird… And Elena! | billy on the street
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maxresdefault Billy Eichner is back with a brand new episode of Billy on the Street from Funny Or Die and Fuse TV, but with a few minor (and hilarious) changes. Rather than sprinting for his life on the streets of New York City, Billy has taken on the aisles of a supermarket with none other than the FLOTUS herself, Michelle Obama, and our favorite friend all the way from Sesame Street, Big Bird. Oh… and Elena. The game is perfectly named: “Ariana Grande or Eating a Carrot?!” In this insane PG-version of Billy on the Street, the FLOTUS, Big Bird, and Elena take on some comical-angst in their pre-competition interview and proceed to battle in a trivia showdown, complete with buzzers (does Big Bird even have thumbs?!). Big Bird proves to be useful though as he supports Mrs. Obama in her bonus round, which is obviously called the FLOTUS BONUS.
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Michelle Obama is the ultimate contestant as she laughs her way through a series of ridiculous tasks, including pushing Billy in a shopping cart, hiding behind produce, and winning a grand prize photo of Ariana Grande’s ponytail. The FLOTUS isn’t afraid to throw the sass right back at Billy, politely reminding him that he “could get shot” at anytime throughout the episode. Not to be outdone, Big Bird’s facial expressions are spot-on and Elena’s blatant honesty throughout the whole game is magic. Oh, and there’s some slow dancing. It wouldn’t be a true episode of Billy on the Street without some fast-paced sidewalk spiriting, and Billy takes Big Bird along for the ride as they hand out money and carrots to confused strangers who answer biased trivia correctly! The episode was produced to promote the Eat Brighter campaign from the Produce Marketing Association, which has partnered with produce companies and Sesame Street to bring some of our favorite characters to labels on healthy produce. They hope to “make eating fruits and vegetables exciting for kids and their parents,” says the FLOTUS. The decision for the Eat Brighter campaign to promote their cause with Billy on the Street? Genius. See for yourself below!

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