American gymnast McKayla Maroney has perhaps gained more notoriety than medals at the London Games. To her gold and silver medals, the most popular Internet meme online and a call from the president, Maroney can now add teaching one of George W. Bush's daughters how to do the "Dougie" during a tour of London.
The U.S. gymnastics team rode around London atop one of the city's famous double-decker buses with none other than Jenna Bush Hager, daughter of the former president. When the song "Dougie" comes on, Hager, Maroney and a few of the other gymnasts seem to automatically start dancing. Maroney takes center stage and nails the dance while she's instructing Jenna Bush Hager on the mechanics.
The daughter of the former president, though, doesn't have quite the same moves as the Olympic gymnast. Gabby Douglas -- who is also aboard the bus -- and the other girls crack up at the goofy motions Hager executes.
As the meme that's been all over the Internet would probably put it, Maroney was "not impressed."
The 16-year-old did not medal in any individual events but did help her team en route to winning a gold and silver medal, according to MSNBC. Their achievements earned shoutouts from Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber and President Barack Obama, who made a congratulatory phone call from Air Force One.
The gymnasts seem like they know how to have fun, though, as the Boston Herald reported that Aly Raisman accidentally tweeted on Wednesday, "Okay I have no idea were going with the guy gymnasts to some club I'll find out for you were so nervous. Omg." In the video below, Raisman warns Hager that the dougie "is hard."
It looks like they took some notes from Jenna, who was busted more than once for underage drinking while her dad sat in the Oval Office, reports the Smoking Gun.