As usual, Michelle Obama, 48, was dressed to the nines at Nickelodeon's 25th Annual Kids' Choice Awards — the most popular children's program of the year — held on March 31 in Los Angeles. But her Wes Gordon houndstooth jacket and shimmering jeans didn't stop First Lady Obama by getting slimed with green-colored gunk that was directed at Justin Bieber and ceremony host Will Smith.

It was the end of the evening when Obama got splattered, and she had already done her requisite duty presenting Taylor Swift, 22, with the "Big Help" Award for her charity work with the Make-A-Wish Foundation and related efforts, leaving Swift gushing about how she was "freaking out" about meeting Obama, according to Celebrity News and Style.

Bieber, who was accepting the award for Favorite Male Singer when he got drenched, had also been voted the celebrity fans most wanted to see get slimed, reports New York Magazine. So he and host Smith bore the brunt of the deluge, while Obama and other celebs seated toward the front of the audience got a good dose of residual goo.

"No one is safe from the slime," Smith had warned earlier. "You have to earn the slime. It's an honor!"

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  • Allison Volpe
    Allison Volpe on

    I love how the Kids Choice Awards has absolutely no rules.Where else can you see the first lady get slimed?!Amazing.

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