While Obama's marketing team never commissioned or endorsed the video, the viral hit certainly helped bring attention to the presidential candidate (perhaps in an entirely different light).Obama's strategists, who revolutionized political usage of social media, including Facebook, Myspace, and Twitter, had not prepared themselves for the beast of You Tube.
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The scantily-clad model and actress who professed her love for Barack Obama in a music video during the 2008 presidential campaign has said that she won’t endorse her one-time crush the second time round.
) is an American actress, Internet celebrity, and model. The video led to numerous sketch comedy appearances and interviews, including Saturday Night Live, Geraldo at Large, The O'Reilly Factor, and Hannity. Her interest in entertainment began at an early age.
Ettinger became notable after being hired to portray Obama Girl in Barely Political's June 2007 Internet video "Crush on Obama", in which she lip-synced the lyrics to the song expressing admiration of then-U. She participated in beauty pageants, dance recitals, theater, cheerleading competitions, and more.
Ettinger’s comments are a far cry from the impassioned ode she sang five years ago in “Crush on Obama.” PHOTOS: VIRAL VIDEO STARS - WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
“You’re into border security, let’s break this border between you and me,” Ettinger sings in the 2007 video.
“You can Barack me tonight, I’ve got a crush on Obama.” In the song, Ettinger refers to Obama’s support of overhauling the immigration system and increasing border patrol agents.