The National Portrait Gallery has two new additions thanks to Barack and Michelle Obama's official paintings. Latina Magazine's Taiia Young joins Cheddar to discuss the added significance to this American tradition. She breaks down the world's reactions, which ranged from shock to awe. Young considers the heightened scrutiny surrounding Michelle Obama's portrait. She speaks to the significance of the painting's gray-scale pallet and impressionist sensibilities. The editor-at-large also explains the many ways President Obama's portrait is different than the rest of the Gallery's collection. In other news, "Black Panther," is making history again ahead of its big premiere. The film is now on track to be the biggest February opening of all time. Young shares why she's so excited to take her teenage son to see the movie.

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