Pres. Obama Knows a Dance Move From One of His Famous Friend’s Famous Videos
Posted by Videoson 11/13/2012 at 4:52 PM
You’d think we’d be over it by now, but we’re still suckers for whenever the Commander-in-Chief does something to let us know that he’s not totally out-of-touch with the contemporary pop world. (Sorry, but you never saw W. making passing references to Nelly or Fergie, did you?) Even though in this case it’s just Beyoncé who he’s making a reference to—which, given how tight Bey and Michelle are, would basically be like any of us making a reference to something our sister-in-law said—it’s just cool to see that the most important dude in our country knows his iconic music videos. (And now we know which of our Top 40 Dance Crazes he’d probably put at #1, too.)
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