Bill and Hillary Clinton Spotted Rocking out at a Billy Joel Concert
Bill and Hillary Clinton were recently spotted at a Billy Joel concert and they seemed to be having the time of their lives considering that they were dancing with friends.
It has been reported that the couple attended the Madison Square Garden concert with White House director of communications Jennifer Palmieri and adviser Adrienne Elrod.
In one of the videos circulating online, the legendary musician can be heard dedicating a song to the Clintons, causing a mix of cheers and boos from the crowd.
CHEERFULLY POSING FOR PICTURES
The former U.S. President and 2016 presidential candidate were smiling all night long, clearly enjoying the night out and Joel's performance, who later posed for a picture with them.
Steven Cohen, the musician's director of touring, also didn't miss the chance to take a selfie with each political figure, claiming that he loved his job.
A SPECIAL GIFT FROM JOEL
The song dedicated to the Clintons was the 1992 hit "The River of Dreams," which Joel announced while letting his fans know that the power couple was in the house.
Bill and Hillary Clinton seemed to be having the time of their lives
HILLARY IS STILL MOURNING
Hillary seems to be trying to go back to her routine after losing her brother, Tony Rodham, on June 8, at the age of 65. His cause of death, however, is yet to be revealed.
Hillary Clinton delivering a speech at Rep. Ellen Tauscher's memorial service at the Washington National Cathedral | Photo: Getty Images
Upon learning the news, the 71-year-old paid tribute to Tony, who she described as being kind, generous, and someone who could cheer other people up:
“It’s hard to find words, my mind is flooded with memories of him today. When he walked into a room he’d light it up with laughter. He was kind, generous, & a wonderful husband to Megan & father to Zach, Simon, & Fiona. We’ll miss him very much."
Tony helped his sister in 2008 during the race for the Democratic nomination against Barack Obama and served at the Democratic National Convention in 1992, during her husband's Presidency.