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Stevie Wonder was the first of two surprises led to the Pauley Pavilion floor by Michelle Obama at yesterday's Get Out the Vote for Obama Rally. After a short explanation of his history as a Clinton supporter turned Obama believer, Wonder led the crowd in a rather difficult vocal exercise based on the candidate's name (see video below).

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Maria Shriver netted worldwide headlines by punctuating Obama's weekend "surge" in the polls with a surprise endorsement.


Go ahead, we dare you to sing along at the 1-minute mark

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César Chávez was tight with RFK. Now his daughters support Barack Obama.

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Oprah Winfrey riled up the crowd after Caroline Kennedy (right) spoke briefly...

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...but Michelle Obama carried the afternoon with an inspired, broad-ranging, and substantive speech.

All photos by Kelly C. Gallamore for LAist