Michelle Obama, Jimmy Fallon Perform the "Evolution of Mom Dancing"

Entertainment Feb. 23, 2013 AT 10:00AM

Try to keep up, Jimmy! First Lady Michelle Obama showed off her dance moves Friday, Feb. 22 on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon as part of her Let's Move! fitness initiative.

Jimmy Fallon dressed up in drag and joined President Barack Obama's wife on stage to present the "Evolution of Mom Dancing." Wearing a colorful cardigan and matching Michelle's "midlife crisis" bangs, Jimmy busted a few "mom" moves with the first lady. 

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Starting easy with the "Go Shopping, Get Groceries" dance, Jimmy, 38, and Michelle, 49, stepped it up with the "Just The Hands Part of Single Ladies," the "Oh My God, I Love This Song" and the "Driving the Station Wagon."

But when it came to dancing the "Dougie," Jimmy couldn't keep up with Michelle. "That was so much fun," Michelle told the host after the dance off. "You're a beautiful mom. Pretty hot."

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Host Jimmy Fallon with First Lady Michelle Obama during a skit on February 22, 2013.
Host Jimmy Fallon with First Lady Michelle Obama during a skit on February 22, 2013.
Credit: Lloyd Bishop/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank

"You're a good dancer," Jimmy said. "I am pretty good," Michelle admitted.

"How about Barack, is he a good dancer?" Jimmy asked.

"You know, I give him a B," Michelle said. "His dancing is right here in the pocket. He's got like three good moves. But they're all right here," Michelle said while dancing with her hands by her hips." 

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Fallon also asked if Michelle would ever consider running for president with Hillary Clinton in 2016, but the first lady said she's looking to run for a different position.

"I hear that when Jay Leno retires . . . that The Tonight Show position is gonna be open and I'm thinking about putting my hat in the ring," she joked.

Watch the video above and tell Us: Who do you think has the better dance moves?

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