Former President Barack Obama discussed his "dad" dance moves in the first look at David Letterman's new Netflix show My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman. "Then Sasha pulls me up, which surprises me because she always mocks my dancing, but I have 'dad moves.'" Cue the presidential dancing advice for dads across America.
Barack tells the story of dancing during a Prince performance while trying desperately not to embarrass daughter Sasha, who he calls "an excellent dancer". The key to dad moves, he says, is "staying in the pocket". Letterman's Netflix series debuts Friday, January 12th.
David Letterman, who said goodbye to his long-running talk show almost three years ago, is saying hello to TV again with a new show for Netflix. "You gotta stay in the pocket, because I think everybody here knows dads who get out of the pocket". It will mark his first television talk show appearance since leaving office. In addition to welcoming our former commander in chief, Letterman will chat with actor George Clooney, Nobel Prize victor Malala Yousafzai, hip-hop mogul Jay-Z, comedian Tina Fey, and radio personality Howard Stern.
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"You never know when you might learn something, and that's what this is about for me".
As of now, the Netflix show will have six episodes, with each of them being an hour long, by estimation.
The monthly talk show will see Letterman interview an impressive lineup of influential guests.