Former First Lady Michelle Obama has been nominated for a Grammy for her bestselling memoir called “Becoming.” The wife of ex-President Barack Obama, on Wednesday, was named as one of the nominees for the best spoken world album category.

Michelle will be pitting against Adam Horovitz of the Beastie Boys (Beastie Boys Book), John Waters (Mr. Know-It-All), Eric Alexandrakis (I.V. Catatonia: 20 Years As A Two-Time Cancer Survivor) and Sekou Andrews & The String Theory. If she brings home the trophy, this will be the third for the former first family.

To recall, Barack Obama dominated the same category twice. He won in 2006 and 2008 for the audiobook recordings of his “Dream of My Father” and “The Audacity of Hope” books. Michelle Obama has yet to comment on her recent nomination.

For starters, “Becoming” centered on Michelle’s personal experiences in life. In the said book, she tackled her role as a mom of two, her campaign on public health and her life while still living in the White House. Michelle, also, revealed how she found her voice in the memoir.

While avid followers of Michelle Obama were pleased after learning about her Grammy nomination, a few slammed the award-giving body for including her on the list. “Just another reason for the Grammy show to SUCK !!!” Kevin Ball wrote on Twitter. “Everyone celebrate the racist!” another netizens posted, alongside a meme of Michelle with words saying “Now Imagine George Bush Saying ‘Black Folks Are What’s Wrong With America.’”

Meanwhile, Michelle is confirmed to be gracing Oprah Winfrey’s upcoming “2020 Vision: Your Life in Focus” tour, which will be held every Saturday between the months of January and March.  Michelle will be joining Jennifer Lopez, Lady Gaga and Gayle King as guests.

Michelle Obama will be at the Brooklyn show on Feb. 8, 2019. On Wednesday, she shared a photo of her and Oprah on Instagram. “@oprah has been there for me in so many ways for so many years—since before my husband was even elected to the U.S. Senate. Can’t wait to return the favor and join her and @ww.now in Brooklyn for #oprahs2020visiontour!” Michelle wrote in the caption.

Michelle Obama Michelle Obama speaks at the Obama Foundation Summit in Chicago, Illinois, Nov. 1, 2017. Photo: JIM YOUNG/AFP/Getty Images