The Obamas have not been taking dance lessons or practicing for their first dance as the first couple on Tuesday evening, contrary to President-elect Barack Obama himself admitting that he needs to do so to avoid getting teased by his own wife.
"Michelle keeps on knocking my dancing in public in ways that have hurt my feelings," Obama said in an interview with USA today this week, "so I probably should practice just 'cause she'll tease me mercilessly if I step on her toes."
Obama has joked on multiple occasions that he’s not going to argue with his wife’s claim that she is a better dancer.
In an interview this week with Univision, Obama said that he’s planning on doing a simple-two step, “you know, nothing fancy.”
The president-elect says that they are scheduled to get home at 3 a.m. on Wednesday morning –- after hitting the 10 official inaugural balls that evening.
The Obamas will be serenaded by Beyonce -- a favorite singer of every member of the Obama family –- during their first dance.
In a statement given to Entertainment Tonight, Beyonce revealed that she will be singling “At Last” to the couple as they take their first spin on the dance floor (The Obama’s first song at their wedding was Stevie Wonder’s “You and I”).
What will Michelle Obama be wearing for the inaugural balls? Contrary to past first ladies, Mrs. Obama does not plan to reveal the designer of her dress until inauguration day.
Michelle Obama's aides tell ABC News that the future first lady has yet to make a final decision on which dress she will wear.
-- Yunji de Nies, Jake Tapper and Sunlen Miller