When politicians dance in public, it isn’t pretty

SHARE When politicians dance in public, it isn’t pretty

Even if you’re not a good dancer, it still can be fun to bust a move. But what if you’re a politician in the spotlight?

It’s probably not the best idea, and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is the latest example.

Christie was caught on tape dancing on stage with Jamie Foxx’s band over the weekend at a fundraiser in the Hamptons.

But is he the worst we’ve seen?

For example, here’s New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, back in 1994 at his wedding reception:


We’d be crazy to leave out our own Mayor Rahm Emanuel:


Really though, Prince Charles wins the award. It’s not even close:


Then again, here’s Hillary Clinton:


Strangely, this one of President George W. Bush doesn’t seem odd at all:


And because we can never forget about the Macarena:

The Latest
Protesters took turns sitting with a replica of the “Statue of Peace” — or “Sonyeosang” in Korean — an artwork installed in 2011 outside the the Embassy of Japan in Seoul, South Korea, as a monument to the women.
The Cubs and Reds will star in Thursday’s Field of Dreams Game sequel.
Pritzker also called on more Republicans to speak out against the comments. “Why can’t Republicans just stand up and say what Darren Bailey said was wrong?” Pritzker asked. “Why can’t they do that?”
After a heated community meeting, neighborhood groups are calling for artists to drop out of the weekend music festival as they continue to push for changes to how the West Side park is used.
Poles should make his decision and make a move by the end of the weekend, allowing the Bears to re-launch free of drama Monday.