The First Lady showed off her dance moves at her "Let's Move" Initiative. Mrs. Obama conducted a flash workout with 500 middles school students in Washington, D.C., dancing along to a Beyonce song. The "Let's Move" Initiative is an effort to encourage students to find creative ways to exercise.
#4 - Sirius XM
The satellite radio company switching up their channel line-up Wednesday. Most channels moving to new numbers with a few exceptions like Howard Stern. He'll remain at Howard 100 and Howard 101. If you have presets in your car or at home, Sirius says they should automatically update. Sirius XM has more than 20 million subscribers and expects to grow by another 1.4 million this year.
#3 - Actress Mummified
Former actress and Playboy playmate Yvette Vickers was found mummified inside her California home. Vickers was famous for her role in cult classic films including Attack of the 50 Foot Woman and Attack of the Giant Leeches. A neighbor, Susan Savage, decided to check up on the 82-year-old after noticing cobwebs on her mailbox. Savage found her in an upstairs room. "I just looked at her. I thought 'Oh my God, that's her!'" Police do not suspect any foul play in Vicker's death.
#2 - Miley Cyrus
The most unlikely post-Osama bin Laden anthem is sung by Miley Cyrus. "Party in the USA" has taken off on YouTube. Users are clicking on the video hundreds of thousands of times after news came down of bin Laden's death. The lyrics have little to do with patriotism, but with many celebrating "Party in the USA" quickly became a go-to song!
#1 - Bin Laden Beard
A Washington State middle school teacher has finally shaved his beard after 3,454 days. Gary Weddle stopped shaving after the 9/11 attacks and vowed not to shave until Osama bin Laden was captured or killed. "I was so engrossed with the media coverage, I wasn't eating, showering or shaving... I had not anticipated ten years. I should have given up watermelon." Previously, at the start of each school year, Weddle had told his students the beard was a reminder of the attacks.