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Wondering what former first couple Michelle and Barack Obama are up to now that they are out of the White House?

Michelle, Barack Obama Attend Landover Stop Of 'On The Run II'

Fans spotted former POTUS and FLOTUS at the FedEd Field in Landover, Maryland on Saturday, July 28, to watch Beyoncé and Jay-Z in concert. Videos from the recent stop of the On The Run II Tour showed the Obamas dancing in the audience while the Carters perform onstage.

In the video above captured by the BeyHive, Michelle and Barack can be seen jumping and throwing their hands in the air to Jay-Z's "N**** in Paris."

The concert comes a few weeks after Michelle was also spotted jamming to Beyoncé alongside Tina Knowles at the Paris stop of the world tour.

The Obamas and the Carters have a long history of friendship and mutual adoration. Back in 2008, Beyoncé sang "At Last" during Barack's first inauguration as president of the United States.

The singer and the former first lady also teamed up in the campaign called "Let's Move," a program that sought to find childhood obesity.

In July 2017, the former commander in chief spoke at the induction of Jay-Z in the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

"I like to think Mr. Carter and I understand each other. Nobody who met us when we were younger men would have expected us to be where we are today," Barack said in his speech. "So we try to prop open the door of opportunity so that it's a little easier for those who come up behind us to succeed as well."

Beyoncé and Jay-Z recently ended the European leg of the "On The Run II" which kicked off earlier this year. The North American tour, meanwhile, is currently in full swing with the power couple making their way from Cleveland, Washington, and soon, Philadelphia then Rutherford.

The Carters will also be headlining this year's Global Citizen Festival that will be held in South Africa for the first time. The event will be a tribute to anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela.

Fans React To Michelle, Barack Obama At Beyoncé, Jay-Z Concert

Many were delighted to see the former first couple come out and enjoy the concert.

Others, however, were not too impressed.

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