Michelle Obama Doesn't Rule Out Plastic Surgery

Michelle Obama is not ruling out going under the knife. The first lady, who turns 50 in two days, says plastic surgery or botox could be an option to maintain her youthful appearance.   

"Women should have the freedom to do whatever they need to do to feel good about themselves,” she told the new issue of People magazine out Friday.  "Right now, I don't imagine that I would go that route, but I’ve also learned to never say never."

The first lady also says she's tweaking her workout routine with an eye towards her 70's and 80's.

"I’m seeing myself shift from weight-bearing stuff, even though that continues to be important and the heavy cardio and running, to things like yoga that will keep me flexible," she said.

Betsy Gleick, Executive Editor of People told INSIDE EDITION, “She is concerned, as she ages to build strong bones. She says she doesn't want to fall and break a hip.”

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The president is hosting a blow-out birthday bash at The White House.  Guests received a party invite via email called "Snacks & Sips & Dancing & Dessert."  Guests were told: “do eat before you come,” along with the special directive, "wear comfortable shoes."

Gleick said, "The president has taken on the role of chief party planner. There is going to be a lot of dancing."