We saw how much impact her personal life had on the world when daughter Blue Ivy Carter was born, dominating the headlines and piquing the curiosity of what it's like for an uber star to deliver a child. But can Beyonce compete with political pundits, with her newly designed Obama t-shirts, to get the President reelected?
Beyonce took a political stance with her mother Tina Knowles and designed a t-shirt for President Obama's political reelection campaign. The white crew neck t-shirt features quotes like, Yes We Can and Words do inspire, and will sell for retail at $45 per shirt beginning on Feb. 7th.
Beyonce previously made a custom-designed t-shirt for Michelle Obama's Let's Move campaign to help children make healthier decisions in diet and exercise.
Other celebrities and high-profile acolytes have gave a helping hand to the President in his campaign, like Russell Simmons, fashion designer Vera Wang, P. Diddy and high fashion priestess Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Anna Wintour, who developed the Runway to Win foundation for which proceeds go to the campaign.
President Obama reportedly has more than a football team's worth of celebrity endorsements for his reelection campaign, including the Black Eyed Peas, Jessica Alba, Blake Lively and Oprah, according to a list of celebs leaked to the Tennessean newspaper, containing nearly 200 names of Confirmed and Passed Surrogates.
Michelle Obama has even helped recruit the A-list, hosting a dinner fundraiser bash on Thursday at Carter Beauford's, the drummer in Dave Matthews Band, home.