First Lady Michelle Obama delivers remarks during a workshop titled 'I'm Every Woman: The History of Women in Soul' in the State Dining Room at the White House in Washington, DC.

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Plus, Stacey Dash joins Fox as political contributor, Apple officially acquires Dr. Dre's Beats Electronics, Whoopi Goldberg appears on OWN's Oprah's Master Class.

Dominique Hobdy
May, 29, 2014

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What do Beyonce, Michelle Obama and Oprah have in common? They're all among "The World's Most Powerful Women of 2014" according to Forbes' latest list. The First Lady came in at number eight while Oprah and Beyonce took the 14th and 17th spots respectively. Forbes calls the list the, “definitive annual guide to the extraordinary icons and leaders, groundbreakers and ceiling crashers who command the world stage.” [Forbes]

Stacey Dash has officially joined Fox News as a political contributor. The Clueless star who openly supported Mitt Romney during the last presidential election will add "cultural analysis and commentary across various daytime and primetime programs." [E!News]

Apple has officially agreed to acquire Dr. Dre's Beats Music and Beats Electronics for a whopping $3 billion. Dre and his business partner Jimmy Iovine will reportedly get $2.6 billion in cash and $400 million in Apple Stock. Dre took to his Instagram to announce the official deal saying, "Here's to the next episode. #AppleBeats." [E!News]

Whoopi Goldberg is the newest guest on OWN's Oprah's Master Class premiering June 1. Watch a clip Goldberg explains why she never wanted to be glamorous.