Michael Jordan was all smiles at Zo & Magic's 8-Ball Challenge during the 2008 NBA All-Star Game in New Orleans. You'd think "A spiffy pair of mom jeans" was the magic 8-ball's answer to Jordan's question, "How can I get lucky and win this billiards game?"
In Jesse Stone: Thin Ice Tom Selleck played a Paradise, Massachusetts police chief who inadvertently became involved in a shoot-out and landed in trouble with the Town Council. Did life imitate art when he inadvertently landed in waist-clinching denim at the movie's premiere in Beverly Hills?
George W. Bush
While answering questions from the media near Crawford, Texas, President George W. Bush stated that people responsible for attacking U.S. troops in Iraq were slowly being wiped out. If only the same ending could befall his pants.
The cabinet that dresses together stays together. Former Vice President Dick Cheney holds his former commander in high esteem.
You know who carries a large, serious umbrella like that? The same person who would wear those jeans. Your mom. In the case of this picture, Patrick Dempsey does too.
A woman would never cover the high waist on her mom jeans, But Matt Damon decided to hide his at a press conference to promote The Bourne Supremacy in Tokyo.
Comedian Al Franken takes a confident strut in his mom jeans outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The cell phone adds a nice touch to his already belted look.
Actor George Clooney isn't ashamed of his mom jeans. Look how proudly he strides with them on. Perhaps he's wearing your mom's jeans because she let him borrow them. Think about that. Because his jeans got stained with wine. So... she... let... George Clooney banged your mom.
Real pirates would have marooned Danny Bonaduce for wearing these traditional jeans at the 2003 World Premiere of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. Luckily, none were in attendance.
President Barack Obama was heckled for wearing mom jeans while throwing out the first pitch of the Major League Baseball All-Star Game in 2009. "For people who want a president to look great in tight jeans, I'm sorry," he retaliated.