Michelle Obama and Tina Knowles Enjoy Themselves at Beyonce and Jay-Z's concert
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The former First Lady is seen bopping to music with the pop star's mother next to stage during the gig in Paris.

AceShowbiz - Michelle Obama and Tina Knowles proved they're cool moms by dancing together at Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z's concert on Sunday, July 15. The two were standing in the front row during the "On the Run II" tour stop in Paris. The former First Lady was spotted moving her body alongside the "Run the World" singer's mother when the singers performed "Upgrade U".

Donning white high-waisted shorts, a loose blouse and beige platform wedge sandals, Michelle looked stunning as she enjoyed the music. Tina opted to wear red pants paired with a white blouse and shiny gold pumps. The pair kept their dance classy by involving only claps, hip movements and head bobs in the footage obtained by TMZ. There was no twerk dance or anything inappropriate.

The Obamas are known to have a good friendship with Beyonce and Jay-Z for over a decade. The songstress performed "At Last" for President Barack Obama and his wife at an Inauguration ceremony in 2009. The Grammy Award winner also performed the National Anthem at President Obama's second Inauguration in 2013.

Michelle's daughters Sasha and Malia Obama also attended the concert. Malia was there with her boyfriend. Besides the former First Lady and the songstress' mother, Joe Jonas and Nick Jonas were spotted at the Stade de France, where the concert took place. The latter took to his Instagram account to share a video of Jay-Z performing "N***as in Paris".

"When France wins the World Cup and you're in Paris to see Jay and Bey turn the place upside down for the greatest World Cup afterparty ever. Wow. What a night. #rocnation #worldcup," Nick captioned it.

Apparently, Joe was also accompanied by fiancee Sophie Turner as the "Game of Thrones" star posted a picture of herself with the Eiffel Tower on the background on the same day as the gig.

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