TODAY's Takeaway

TODAY's Takeaway: Michelle Obama talks silly dances, viewers strut for #LoveYourSelfie 

Feb. 28, 2014 at 4:39 PM ET

Dutch couple's family is complete, viewers love their selfies and Michelle Obama is making progress.
Dutch couple's family is complete, viewers love their selfies and Michelle Obama is making progress.

1. Michelle Obama sat down with Jenna Bush Hager to celebrate the fourth anniversary of her Let’s Move campaign as part of this week’s Love Your Selfie series. The first lady talked about her recent appearances, including last week’s hilarious skit on “The Tonight Show.”

“Sometimes, if you get up and dance and you're silly, maybe your kids get up and dance and they're silly and they let the guard down,” Obama said.

Video: Michelle Obama is on the road to promote the fourth year of her “Let’s Move” initiative, and TODAY correspondent Jenna Bush Hager joins her to chat about her fight against childhood obesity. With “small changes, we’re starting to make some progress,” the first lady says.

2. Three months after meeting their adopted baby on TODAY, Priscilla Devries and Richard Dros told Keir Simmons their family is doing well.

“Our family is complete now: we have a boy, we have a girl,” Richard said.

Video: Three months after they first brought home their new daughter, Sky, TODAY checks back in with a Dutch couple who were spotlighted on the show’s “Born Today” series on adoption. NBC’s Keir Simmons reports.

3. You go girl(s)! To celebrate the end of our Love Your Selfie series, Studio 1A hosted a Catwalk of Confidence.

Watch singer Jordin Sparks and TODAY viewers strut their stuff and talk about body image:

Video: In Friday’s installment of TODAY’s weeklong “Love Your Selfie” series, singer Jordin Sparks and model Hayley Hasselhoff (actor David Hasselhoff’s daughter) strut their stuff and talk about body image.

4. And before the catwalk, the anchors volunteered major information most people keep secret: their weight.

Video: As part of our week-long #LoveYourSelfie series, the anchors share their weights to empower others to embrace their own bodies.

5. Jeff Rossen led an investigation into before-and-after weight-loss ads. He interviewed Brook, whose picture was used in an ad for Wu-Yi Source Tea.

“I haven't even tried the tea,” she laughed. “I don't even know what this tea is!”

Video: TODAY’s national investigative correspondent reveals the deception behind some “before and after” weight-loss pictures, and shows how some companies manipulate images.

And that’s TODAY’s Takeaway!