President Barack Obama loves to sing during his speeches, memorably singing Al Green's "Let's Stay Together" in January at Harlem's Apollo Theater and "Sweet Home Chicago" at a White House Event in February.
Meanwhile, First Lady Michelle Obama teaches adults and kids alike how to do the "Dougie"' a hip-hop dance originally inspired by 80s rapper Doug E Fresh.
This week, the First Lady appeared on "The Dr. Oz Show" to promote health and fitness, and showed Dr. Oz how to do the dance. "We do a lot of turning on that radio and dancing, you know, that's why I know how to do the 'Dougie' and all that stuff," Obama told Dr. Oz, referring to her family, Sasha and Malia.
Dr.Oz then encouraged her to show him the dance, and she happily obliged. First Lady Michelle Obama has been a health advocate during her time in the White House with her husband, President Obama.
Two years ago, she started the "Let's Move Campaign," an "ambitious national goal of solving the challenge of childhood obesity within a generation so that children born today will reach adulthood at a healthy weight and unveiled a nationwide campaign," according to a White House press release.
Superstar Beyonce even teamed up with Michelle Obama last year to promote the campaign's mission to fight childhood obesity.
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