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Mitt Romney's 'Gangnam Style' Impromptu Performance Captured (Video)

By Clyde Hughes   |   Wednesday, 15 Jan 2014 02:07 PM

Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney was caught on video at a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' young singles conference at Arizona State University over the weekend dancing to "Gangnam Style" with Mormon singer Alex Boye.

CNN reported that the British-born Boye talked the former Massachusetts governor into getting on stage, where he had an impromptu dance lesson at the regional conference. 

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Boye expressed his excitement about the dance on Twitter.

A handful of other attendees posted Romney busting a move on Instagram.

User Bryson Webster wrote: "I just became a little bit more Mormon by watching this video."

Another attendee, Carisa Crismon posted: "That one time Alex Boye made Mitt Romney dance on stage 👯 #AZYSAconference #mormons #alexboye #mittromney." 

The Deseret News reported that Romney was a featured speaker at the conference last Saturday along with former NBA star Thurl Bailey and former Brigham Young University and NFL football player Vai Sikahema. 

The conference attracted 3,500 attendees, and the theme of the event was "No Obstacle Too Great." 

"There is a great deal of chance, or serendipity, or even luck to success in business, in politics, in science, in academics, in investments, in winning and losing," Romney told the attendees, according to the Deseret News.

Romney told his audience that people tend to define their lives by circumstances out of their control. 

"The good news is that by God's measure, success is entirely within your control," Romney said. "It is not in any way subject to serendipity or luck or chance. It is up to you alone."

Romney and his wife, Ann, addressed the conference during its closing general session at Grady Gammage Auditorium.

"I am the only man on the stage that is not president," Romney joked. "I tried to fix that."

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