There's a lot of gold in the White House right now!
Four members of the "Final Five" U.S. Women's Gymnastics team -- Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, Laurie Hernandez, and Madison Kocian, who all won big at the Rio Olympics this past summer -- paid a visit to Washington, D.C., on Thursday, where they attended a ceremony with President Barack Obama, and took over the White House Instagram account to keep us updated on their presidential routine.
"Hi @Instagram! The #FinalFive here, taking over the account as @TeamUSA visits the White House today for a ceremony with President Obama," they wrote. "We were so honored to represent the United States in #Rio2016 and we couldn't be more excited to be here! Stay tuned as we show you what’s up at the White House. @usagym #TeamUSA."
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And apparently just like gymnastics, the key to a successful White House visit is proper stretching!
"It's a little nervewracking to meet the President of the United States, so we're getting into the zone the only way we know how," they shared.
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The team then followed up that post with a video of Hernandez showing off her Olympic skills, writing, "The White House East Wing is where many of the big events take place in the White House. @LaurieHernandez_ decided to take advantage of the dance floor in the State Dining Room.."
Meanwhile, Biles managed to snag a sweet picture with POTUS, as well as first lady Michelle Obama, which was shared with the caption, "What an incredible honor to meet President Obama. Simone presented him with a surfboard—a gift from all the @TeamUSA athletes."
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Sadly missing from the festivities was teammate Gabby Douglas, who shared on Instagram yesterday that she had her wisdom teeth removed.
Feel better, Gabby! And congrats to the Final Five on their big day in Washington!
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