Former First Lady of the United States of America, Michelle Obama, stunned in a black Cushnie et Ochs dress last night at the 2017 Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly awards, as she stepped on stage to present the Arthur Ashe Courage Award in honour of late Special Olympics founder, Kennedy Shriver.
The 53-year-old looked stunning in a daringly cutout neckline dress, which accentuated her amazing figure. She nailed her ensemble with Jennifer Fisher jewelry and black pumps. This is her first public appearance since leaving the White House.
Tonight’s ESPY Awards started off strong, with a fashion-packed red carpet. And the style wins kept on happening throughout the ceremony.
Obama, in a surprise appearance, had aroused a standing ovation from the audience as she presented the award to Shriver’s son, Timothy Shriver.
“Eunice Kennedy Shriver was a passionate champion for those with developmental challenges, empowering them to fulfill their highest potential. Her work to promote inclusion and acceptance transformed the lives of countless young athletes and inspired us all. I am incredibly honored to present this award to her son to celebrate her life’s work”, the former First Lady said previously in a statement regarding the honoring.