Before Charlize Theron shared with girls all over the world on his views on education and its role in a woman's life.
There's nothing sexier than a smart woman. We were told that we must live according to certain rules, but it's time to change it. Look at yourself in the mirror and say, "I'm attractive, I'm smart, I'm strong, I have the right to vote",
- said Hollywood actress during the event, The Power Of An Educated Girl, which was organized by the publication Glamour.
Company Theron that day amounted to U.S. first lady Michelle Obama, former Prime Minister of Australia Julia Gillard and Sophia Bush, with similar religious views.
Of course, psi participants not only shared their thoughts and encouraged the ladies to get an education, to be independent, but also joked a lot - just look at the pictures taken by the photographers during the event.
Charlize later write in his Twitter a few messages - thanking the organizers and will report that Obama gave her the coolest high-five (gesture when two people simultaneously raise your hand and slap it into the palm of another person - approx. ed.) in her life:
These were the coolest high-five!