Over 600 schools and nearly 250,000 students across the country helped the Wat-aah Foundation kick off the 3rd annual Move Your Body 2013 Campaign with a simultaneous flash mob.
The students helped promote First Lady Michelle Obama’s, Let’s Move! Initiative, by dancing to Beyonce’s “Move Your Body,” a pre-choreographed dance routine from her hit single “Get Me Bodied.”
New York City and Los Angeles, the event’s two key cities, were joined by surprise guests including Mindless Behavior and Jacob Latimore, who turned out in NY for a special performance.
Meanwhile, LA teen celebs Coco Jones, Blake Michael and Jada Grace joined the crew at Hollywood High School to help push healthy living.
HipHollywood caught up with teen deejay Blake Michael and young artist Jada Grace to talk about the importance of the Move Your Body campaign. “Obesity is unfortunately a big problem right now, but we can do it. Eating healthy and living right, exercising regularly makes a huge difference.,” Blake shared.
“You have to be healthy in order to have a happy life. I want everybody to work out and stay in shape,” 13-year-old Jada Grace explained.
Jada just singed with Epic Records and has a new single out called “Run That Back.”
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