Barack and Michelle Obama show eye-catching dances at Beyoncé and Jay-Z's concert
Barack Obama, the former President of the United States, and his wife Michelle were spotted showing some of their dance moves at a Beyoncé and Jay-Z concert.
On Saturday night, the Obamas didn't miss the chance to attend the latest On The Run II tour show in Landover, Maryland, where they were filmed having a great time.
In a video captured and posted on Instagram by fan Anna Bailey, the couple can be seen throwing their hands in the air like they didn't care and dancing to the beat coming from the stage.
Due to all the noise, it is hard to identify the song being played, but that certainly didn't stop Barack and Michelle from enjoying their night out as they sang and danced along with the crowd.
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BThis is the second time that Michelle has been seen jamming to Beyoncé and Jay-Z's tunes, having been in attendance during their performance in Paris.
The Obamas and the Carters have a particularly rich history, as they have met each other on several occasions in the past. For example, Beyoncé performed At Last at Barack's first inauguration in 2008.
She also joined Michelle's Let's Move campaign, which aimed to fight childhood obesity. The former First Lady of the United States returned the favor by making an onstage appearance during Beyoncé's performance at the Global Citizen Festival in 2015.
But, although Michelle and Beyoncé share a close bond, they are not the only ones. In fact, Barack and Jay-Z have bonded over some similar aspects of their past.
During Jay-Z's induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, in June 2017, the former President revealed that they understand each other well, and they both know what it felt like not having people believe in them when they were younger.
The 56-year-old also mentioned that they know what it is like not to come from much and that they try to leave the door of opportunity open so others who come up behind them can have an easier time achieving success.