The First Lady accompanied President Barack Obama to the Nordic state dinner at the White House on Friday, where she stunned in a gorgeous blush Naeem Khan organza dress that featured an asymmetrical shoulder, nipped waist and full skirt.
FLOTUS' hair was pinned back loosely, and she opted for a just a single bracelet on her left wrist, allowing the gorgeous gown to do the talking.
Shortly before the dinner kicked off, a breahtaking shot of the Obamas walking outside to greet press was shared on her official Twitter account, along with the caption, "Let the night begin. #NordicVisit."
The Obamas hosted five leaders from the Nordic nations of Finland, Norway, Sweden, Iceland, and Denmark for the evening.
They were also joined by many of Hollywood's finest, including Connie Britton, Miranda Kerr, Tracee Ellis Ross, Kyle Maclachlan, Bellamy Young, Aziz Ansari, David Letterman, Allison Williams, and Will Ferrell.
Later in the evening, she tweeted at Demi Lovato, who performed for guests at the dinner. "Thank u for the GIFT u just gave us," Young wrote. "Every note cut through the heart. U are the FIERCEST! Love u so!"
Lovato retweeted the kind message and returned the love, telling the actress, "@BellamyYoung and you are the SWEETEST!! So happy we go to meet tonight."
Young, who wore a black Marchesa gown with an intricate gold overlay, took to Instagram on Saturday to thank the Obamas for inviting her to the dinner. "We had an absolutely magical night!" she captioned the collage.
Maclachlan also shared a photo from the evening via Instagram. He joked that he was "getting in a little mayoral posing practice," referencing his role on the sketch show, Portlandia.
This was the 12th official state visit during President Obama's two terms. His wife also donned a Naeem Khan number to the very first state dinner in 2009, which honored India, and the designer has been a favorite of hers since.
The couple's daughters, Sasha and Malia, even wore the designer when they attended their first-ever state dinner in March.
Find out what FLOTUS told ET exclusively about the girls' special night -- where Malia memorabily fangirled while meeting Ryan Reynolds -- in the video below.