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Meghan Overdeep
Oct 13, 2015 @ 10:15 am

It seems like everybody's sharing playlists these days. On the heels of a curated list from Taylor Swift and two groovy summer mixes by President Obama, Michelle Obama recently entered the fray with a playlist of her own.

The illustrious playlist includes Demi Lovato's latest single, "Confident," prompting the ecstatic 23-year-old singer to personally thank the First Lady on Twitter.

The ever-gracious FLOTUS tweeted back at Lovato, thanking her for empowering girls.

The First Lady's first-ever Spotify playlist was released in celebration of International Day of the Girl and features 20 songs by female artists who are guaranteed to inspire bedroom-mirror-performances from girls of all ages.

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The playlist also boasts recent girl-power anthems like "Run the World (Girls)" by Beyoncé and "Girl on Fire" by Alicia Keys along with timeless hits like "Respect" by Aretha Franklin and "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" by Diana Ross.

You can listen to the very official White House playlist via Spotify here:

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