Michelle Obama Stuns in Sparkles at Final State Dinner -- See the Pics!

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Michelle Obama is heading out with a bang!

The first lady gave Beyoncé a run for her money on Tuesday, donning a stunning, curve-hugging gown for the state dinner held in honor of Italian prime minister, Matteo Renzi, the first family's last in the White House.

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Michelle slayed in a gorgeous, rose gold Atelier Versace dress, ruched at the waist, as she made a glorious entrance hand in hand with her husband.

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The mother of two let her gown do all the talking, as she kept her hair simple for the occasion, styling her shoulder-length tresses with sassy, side-swept bangs.

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While FLOTUS was a glittering gold goddess in her stunning chainmail dress, the evening's guests of honor, Renzi and his wife, Agnese Landini were also dressed to the nines.

Landini wowed in a black-and-white strapless gown, while her husband wore a dark tuxedo, similar to the one sported by President Obama.

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Though Michelle always stuns in her state dinner ensembles, March's state dinner -- held in honor of Canadian prime minister, Justin Trudeau -- was all about her daughters, 18-year-old Malia and 15-year-old Sasha.

"I realized that they hadn't been to a State Dinner," Michelle later explained to ET about her decision to include her daughters. "I thought, when I look back on this time, when they are talking to their kids and they are like, 'Mom, did you ever go to a State Dinner?' and they say no, I would feel pretty bad about that. So, we thought, 'We're going to invite them to one.' And they got to do the big girl dress-up thing."

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