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Michelle Obama returns to 'Tonight Show' for more mom dancing

They performed a variety of dances, including The "You Go Girl" and "The One Move Behind in Zumba Class."

First lady Michelle Obama joined "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon for part 2 of "The Evolution of Mom Dancing," in honor of the fifth anniversary of her health campaign, Let's Move.

Obama has been actively engaged as an advocate for healthy eating since she launched the initiative in 2010. Her efforts aim to combat childhood obesity and ensure families have access to nutritional, affordable food in their communities.

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On the "Tonight Show," Obama and Fallon — who was wearing a wig and his best mom outfit — performed a variety of dances, including the "You Go, Girl," "I Can Still Do This Dance Because My Arms Are In Shape" and "The One Move Behind in Zumba Class." The combination of dances, which they first performed in 2013 on Fallon's former show, "Late Night," is a spoof on the viral “Evolution of Dance” video.

The first lady has demonstrated her moves in the past. She appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" just last month to have a dance off with the comedian and to promote her most recent health challenge, titled “Gimme 5.” The first lady is asking Americans to give her five ways they’re leading a healthy life. She plans to take over the 137th White House Easter Egg Roll on April 6 with a choreographed routine.