Michelle Obama’s Song Of The Year And Album Of The Year Grammys Predictions

See who she's picked.

Grammy predictions just got real. Fighting childhood obesity and being supermom/superwife aren’t First Lady Michelle Obama’s only interests. Her husband may be the “singer of the family,” but her musical pallet is far from suspect. Michelle O is all-knowing, of course she has the inside scoop on Grammy wins.

Two of the biggest categories of the night are Song of the Year and Album of the Year. Here’s a hint on who the FLOTUS thinks will take the W for Song of the Year: It’s one of the artists we made the case for, here. For Album of the Year Madame First Lady went with the “Man of the Year.” So who’s she rocking with? “Album of the Year: Channel Orange, Frank Ocean. He’s a young, innovative performer with a soulful sound,” she told People. “[For] Song of the Year: “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You),” Kelly Clarkson. It’s an empowering song with a positive message.”

To stay hip on what’s new Malia puts her on to artist like Elle Varner “who’s an amazing young artist,” she told People. She listens to Jill Scott’s “Golden” with her daughters, she works out to Beyonce and Willow Smith, her song with her husband is Al Green’s “Let’s Stay Together” and she relaxes to Ledisi’s “Bravo.” No mention of hip-hop, but she probably nods her head to a little Common or Kanye. Chi-town, baby.

Grammy Insider: What’s on Michelle Obama’s Playlist? [People]