President Barack Obama entered into the celebratory spirit of things on Sunday, February 7, when he joined Stephen Colbert for a funny skit during the opening of the post-Super Bowl Late Show.

Joining the likes of Scott Kelly and Chewbacca, Obama took part in a game of ball with Colbert as he passed the President the leather missile, from his studio, right into the White House.

Calling on "the tall guy with the really big ears" to catch the ball, Colbert asked Obama if he'd watched the big game.

"Of course I did. After every Super Bowl I call the winning team to congratulate them, and I sometimes I also call the losing team, especially if I bet on them," the President quipped.

It then transpired that despite this being a live Late Show, Obama's segment had been pre-recorded a week ago. Not that it stopped the 54-year-old politico from showing off his sporting prediction abilities (and suggesting the entire game was rigged)!

Colbert, 51, acting as if they were talking after the event, asked Obama who had won the Super Bowl.

"It was the Denver Broncos," Obama replied. Colbert (who was live) marveled at the President's skills of prediction. "Stephen, I'm the President and it turns out all the Super Bowl winners for the next 50 years are written on the back of the constitution," Obama responded.

But while Obama's contribution to the show was an audience pleaser, it was the clip that came next that really got the crowd whooping!

Check out Michelle Obama's touchdown dance in the video above — and see how she responds when Obama chucks a football inside the house!

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