Barack Obama has unintentionally become the latest star to put his own spin on Mark Ronson's hit Uptown Funk after a dubbed YouTube video of him singing the track has gone viral.
The cleverly edited video received nearly one million views in 48 hours after it was shared by YouTube user Barackdubs on Tuesday, and has even received acclaim from Mark Ronson himself.
"Bless you for this, @barackdubs," tweeted the producer, along with a link to the hilarious video.
The one minute video is taken from clips of Barack Obama's presidential speeches, edited together in time to the track.
"This hit that ice cold, that Michelle Pfeiffer that white gold," he begins, in the funny video that has unsurprisingly proved a viral hit online.
The Barackdubs YouTube account is dedicated to creating funny videos of the president singing popular songs, with other videos including Iggy Azalea's Fancy and Justin Timberlake's SexyBack.
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