Best inauguration photobombs: Bill Clinton, Michelle Obama and more

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    President Barack Obama’s ceremonial services held at the nation’s capital Monday was chock-full of inauguration photobombs. From the podium to the inauguration luncheon, to the parties that followed these inauguration photobombs are for the history books.

    New York Sen. Chuck Schumer’s quirky smile at Obama’s daughters, Sasha and Malia, was one of the first inauguration photobombs to emerge, but that was warped by another photo of Schumer smiling and staring at what appears to be Beyonce’s backside, as she sang the national anthem. And President Bill Clinton who peeked his head out the isle to watch Kelly Clarkson sing. Clinton photobombs Kelly Clarkson went viral and even landed the best of by the San Francisco Chronicle. The publication tagged the story with this headline: “Best inauguration photo: Bill Clinton photobombs Kelly Clarkson.”

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    President Barack Obama as Beyonce lip-synchs the National Anthem at the ceremonial swearing-in at the U.S. Capitol during the 57th Presidential Inauguration in Washington, Monday, Jan. 21, 2013. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

    The photo which was a screen grab from video taken of Kelly Clarkson performing “My Country ‘Tis of Thee” got the attention of the Canadian publication The National Post.

    According to The National Post, the Clinton-Kelly Clarkson inauguration photobomb went viral after it was tweeted by Doug Gordon, a TV producer from Brooklyn.

    The Atlantic Wire shared another inauguration photobomb that has gained national attention. A GIF shared by Matty Rabatin on his Tumblr page, shows Michelle Obama rolling her eyes at speaker of the House John Boehner as he says something directed to the president at the Inauguration Day Luncheon.

    Michelle Obama was seated beside Boehner and from the video it appears she rolled her eyes at Boehner twice. Too bad we probably won’t know what was said. But Obama was quick to point out that there is no quarrel between his wife and Boehner.

    “Michelle and the speaker of the House came to a meeting of the minds that I may be delaying the proceedings too much,” said Obama at the luncheon, reports Politico. “And so I’m just going to be extraordinarily brief and say thank you.”

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