President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle was seen dancing once again – this time at a party in honor of Halloween events. According to Time, the event was held at the open area near the White house.
During one of the entertainment rooms to the stage, on which stood the couple, approached the children who performed the zombie dance under the famous song of Michael Jackson’s Thriller. Looking at their performance, the couple at first, Obama just smiled and clapped, and then could not resist and began to dance.
According to the site Mashable.comMichelle Obama was moving much better than his wife, who looked quite awkward. The rest of the audience was immediately taken with their mobile devices and began to remove the events on video.
According to media reports, the party was held on October 31. It was attended by over four thousand people – mostly young students from local schools and members of military families. The participants were given sweets and other Goodies.
On the website of the White house there was a picture of at least one of the guests – little boy press Secretary of Obama Josh Ernest, dressed in a Superman costume. The outfits of other party members, the President commented: “You guys all look scary, or cool, or whatever else you were trying to portray”.
Obama himself was dressed in the usual jeans and a dark sweater, and his wife in a dress of brown and green hues. Media noted that the current party in the White house on the occasion of Halloween was the last one for Obama, who in January next year to leave the presidential office.
This is not the first dance of the spouses Obama, performed them publicly. In March this year, they danced the tango during a reception at the President of Argentina Mauricio Macri in Buenos Aires. Before that, in September 2015, during a trip to Alaska Obama danced a local folk dance. And even earlier – in the summer of 2015 – the US President was dancing during a visit to Kenya. As for Michelle Obama, in 2013, her dance in the popular night show on American TV has conquered the Internet.