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Tuesday, 18 March 2014

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President Obama says Billy Dee Williams deserves a trophy for having the guts to get out on the dance floor.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - President Obama and the first lady both watched season 18's opening show of Dancing With The Stars.

Afterwards the first couple spoke with Ling Chow Rangoon of iRumors in the White House Oval Office.

The president said that he was glad to see Maksim "The Bad Boy of The Ballroom" Chmerkovskiy return to the show after a one year absence.

Mrs. Obama agreed and pointed out that Maksim's partner Olympic ice dancing gold medal winner Meryl Davis is one little dancing firecracker.

Michelle added that she really likes NeNe Leakes and Tony Dovolani and she noted how beautifully sexy the buxon NeNe looked.

The president grinned and said that if he wasn't married he wouldn't mind doing the cha cha cha or the hokey pokey with NeNe.

"Dream on Barry." The first lady remarked.

The president then said that he and Michelle both thought that it was unfair of the DWTS producers to allow 77-year-old Billy Dee Williams to perform.

President Obama brought out the fact that Billy Dee has had hip replacement surgery, knee surgery, elbow surgery, belly button surgery, and surgery to correct inverted underarms.

Michelle agreed saying that seeing Williams dance reminded her of a couple of seasons ago when astronaut Buzz Aldrin performed or rather walked through the dances.

She said it's just not right and there is no place on American television for the elderly to be subjected to that type of strenuous and embarrassing endeavor.

SIDENOTE: Ling Chow asked the president who he feels will be the first to go home. He smiled and said Diana Nyad the swimmer and her partner Henry Byalikov. Mrs. Obama predicted it would be Billy Dee Williams and his partner Emma Slater.

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