Mitt Romney has been called many things over the years, but never a dance sensation - until now.
The former presidential candidate was recently pulled on stage at a Maryland conference for young single adults in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints where he danced "Gangnam Style" during a concert with British-born Mormon singer Alex Boye.
South Korean pop star Psy made the song and accompanying dance moves popular in late 2012 and the craze was cited by a handful of politicians at the peak of its popularity, including Romney's former presidential opponent. President Obama told South Korean President Park Geun-hye at a joint May 2013 news conference that his daughters had taught him a "pretty good 'Gangnam Style.'"
Although the former governor's dance stole the show, Romney actually attended the conference to speak about reaching success, which he said he has achieved by loving God and his children.