By Adele Hampton - 08/14/12 11:47 AM EDT
"I had just walked in and sat down, and I just saw my face on the Jumbotron. And I'm still a little embarrassed. I didn't see the 'kiss-cam' part, so I didn't know we were supposed to kiss," she said.
"And then Malia came over after we got booed for not kissing and she was just disgusted with us. She said, 'Why didn't you kiss?' "
"I've arranged for you to get another chance on the kiss-cam," Malia told her parents after they missed their first chance, the first lady explained.
That second opportunity arose during the second half of the game, and when the camera came in for round two, Obama put his arm around Michelle and leaned in as the crowd cheered and chanted, "Four more years."
The first lady also talked about her time at the London Olympics, saying she enjoyed the chance to promote her "Let's Move" campaign overseas and had dreamed, when young, of one day becoming an Olympian.
Later on the show, Obama was joined by Olympic gymnastics gold-medal winner Gabby Douglas.
"Yes, I did my share of 'I can get on a beam and balance on the back of the couch,' " the first lady joked. "I would like to think I could be a gymnast, but my legs kept growing and it didn't quite work out."