Who knew President Barack Obama had such moves??
The U.S. commander in chief was in Kenya over the weekend, where among other items on his busy schedule, he attended a dinner with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, First Lady Margaret Kenyatta, and U.S. National Security Advisor Susan Rice at the State House in Nairobi.
The dinner party turned to a dance party, when Obama joined the other political figures to do the Lipala, a traditional dance that has been made popular again thanks to Kenyan pop stars, Sauti Sol, who feature the dance in their video for the song, "Sura Yako (Your Face)."
The pop group performed at the party, and also put up this Instagram of Obama's impressive moves, writing, "And for those who doubted President @barackobama 's step - the #LipalaDance #SuraYako is his new favorite Kenyan dance! Thanks @ukenyatta and First Lady Kenyatta for joining in the dance! Our performance at State House is Everything!!!"
And for those who doubted President @barackobama 's step - the #LipalaDance #SuraYako is his new favorite Kenyan dance! Thanks @ukenyatta and First Lady Kenyatta for joining in the dance! Our performance at State House is Everything!!! @fancy_fingers @iamchimano @fancy_fingers @bienaimesol #ObamainKenya #ObamaReturns Tag the world!!!
He may be going gray up top, but apparently nearly two terms of presidency has not caused Obama to miss a step!
As Barack and Michelle prepare for life after the White House, one thing they are not excited about are their two daughters, Sacha and Malia, growing up too quickly!
"The older they get, the less they want to be bothered with you," First Lady Michelle Obama told ET's Kevin Frazier. "I think they are conditioning us for that empty nest syndrome. We're not relishing that!"
Watch Michelle talk about her and Barack's plans for when the kids move out below.