Barack Obama Stressing Over Daughters Malia & Sasha Eyeing Hollywood Showbiz: 'The Potential For Embarrassment Is Huge,' Says Source
A source tells OK! former first daughters Malia and Sasha Obama are being wooed to star in a reality show — much to their father’s chagrin.
“Tinseltown has been calling ever since they both relocated to L.A.,” the source spills. “It’s crystal clear they would be ratings gold, and there’s a growing belief that they’re open to offers.”
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Malia, 23, who graduated from Harvard last spring, already has an entertainment gig as a staff writer on Donald Glover’s new project, and Sasha, 20, who recently transferred to USC, “is still figuring out what she wants to do. However, being in L.A. has definitely got her thinking about getting into the business,” the source says.
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Of course, the savvy sisters would never sign on for anything trashy, “but they could bite if they got the right pitch for something tasteful,” shares the source, adding that mom Michelle might even give her blessing.
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As for dad Barack, “the last thing he wants is cameras following his girls around,” the source adds. “The potential for embarrassment is huge!” Father knows best?
Last year, Barack opened up to talk show host James Corden on The Late Late Show about the possibility of his daughters following in his footsteps and pursuing careers in politics.
"What would you think or what advice would you give if Sasha or Malia ever came to you and said ‘I want to go into public service?’” the host asked the 44th President.
"First of all, them as teenagers, having secret service guys follow them when they were going out on dates, I think has probably shut down their interest in public service," he joked of his daughters' lives in the White House. "They still have PTSD from guys talking into their wrist microphones and glasses as they try to go to a music concert."