Oprah Dances to Elvis Crespo's 'Suavemente' in Orange Heels during O Magazine Cover Shoot

Oprah Winfrey will grace the cover of the O Magazine in June, and she had a lot of fun in the photo shoot, showing off her best moves to a famous Latin song.

Everyone knows that having the right music at a photoshoot is essential not only for the photographer but also for the models. A dramatic photoshoot can use some ballads or even classical music, and a more bright, summery one needs some Caribbean rhythms.

As Oprah Winfrey posed for the cover of the upcoming edition of her O Magazine, the media mogul showed off her best dance moves to Elvis Crespo’s “Suavemente,” one of the most famous merengues of the late ‘90s.

Winfrey clearly loves the cadent rhythm, and the music somehow matched her outfit to perfection.

She wore a long-sleeved flowy yellow dress cinched to her waist and a pair of bright orange heels.

Large black earrings completed the summery look, as Winfrey moved the dress’ skirt to add some movement for the pictures while giving her best smile and surprised expressions to the camera.

“When you’re ready to leave the party, but your song comes on,” the video was captioned.

Fans of the 65-year-old filled the comment section with praises not only for her moves but also for her look.

“Go, Oprah Go Oprah. Work it, sister Queen. Yellow suits you,” wrote one user.

Another added, “Look at Ms. O, droppin it like it’s hot! I see a twerk coming on!”

And a third one pointed out: “Thanks Oprah, love her dancing by our Elvis Crespo music! Looks amazing in yellow!”

It’s not the first time that Winfrey shows off her dance moves while in the middle of a cover shoot session.

Earlier this year she delighted her followers with her own version of Drake’s “In my Feelings.”

In February 2018, she posed in a Diana Ross-inspired afro while donning a golden outfit and jumping around to Diana Ross's "Upside Down.”

A few months later, she showed some loved to the Latin community by dancing to Luis Fonsi’s “Despacito,” and in September, she turned up the heat while listening to Camila Cabello’s “Havana,” another Latin-infused hit song.

No doubt Winfrey enjoys her job, and she always makes her shoots brighter with her dance moves, something that her staff and her fans are grateful for.