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Watch Mitt Romney dad-dance at a Mormon singles convention
First Published Jan 14 2014 09:09 am • Last Updated Jan 14 2014 09:17 am

Proving that he’s just like your awkward, slightly embarrassing dad, Mitt Romney attempted to dance in Tempe, Ariz., over the weekend, and the 20-second shuffle was caught on camera.

Romney and his wife, Anne, were keynote speakers at the Arizona Young Single Adult Conference, a convention sponsored by the Mormon church, Arizona’s KTAR reports.

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When Mormon musician Alex Boyé performed Saturday, he invited Romney on stage and encouraged the former presidential candidate to dance with him.

The resulting jig is part hoedown, part "Gangnam Style" dance.

Luckily for Romney, the good-natured dance has been mostly received in the spirit it was performed.

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