First Lady Michelle Obama is in the Los Angeles area Thursday for a presidential campaign fundraiser and studio taping.
She'll head to the Calabasas 25,000-square-foot home of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith for a fundraiser that's being organized by a group of celebrity women.
Mrs. Obama is scheduled to make her remarks at 2:15 p.m. at the Smiths' 150-acre property in the Santa Monica Mountains overlooking Malibu.
She'll also be in Hollywood to tape an appearance of ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" that will air early Friday morning.
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Will Smith posted on Facebook that the fundraiser was was sold out and had helped Mrs. Obama beat the fundraising record of a seated first lady.
Aerial video Thursday showed the massive home decked out for the event and a line of cars waiting to get inside.
U.S. Secret Service officials were not releasing schedule details of the visit, but said there would be no road closures.