Barack Obama talks dancing with Prince on David Letterman's new Netflix show

Barack Obama David Letterman The Late Show

Barack Obama David Letterman The Late Show

Thanks to the sneak peek, we know he'll be discussing his dancing skills (or lack thereof) and gamely mocking himself.

Reclining in a chair, with a studio audience in a darkened theater in the background, a tieless Obama chats amiably with Letterman about the time he was invited on stage at a Prince concert several months before the musician's death. Two and a half years later, though, Obama is revealing what did happen at the private concert.

"This was probably three or four months before he died and Prince asks [my daughter] Sasha to come up and dance, and she's an excellent dancer", Obama said in the clip.

With the former president appearing as the first guest on David Letterman's upcoming Netflix series, "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction", he is featured in a new clip, released Wednesday.

You can check out the official teaser below, and revel in the fact that Letterman has indeed kept the Beard.

. The key to dad moves, he says, is "staying in the pocket". "And they're trying stuff that they can't really pull off", Obama explains.

The former leader of the free world said he resorts to "dad moves" whenever he tries to cut the rug.

"They start doing like karate kicks and all kinds of stuff", Obama added.

The full episode which includes Letterman's interview with Obama is scheduled to be released on Netflix on January 12. Other guests who are on schedule to appear include George Clooney, Howard Stern, Tina Fey, Malala Yousafzai and Jay-Z, Netflix said. His first late-night show was NBC's "Late Night with David Letterman" in 1982.

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