Watch: Jamie Foxx Brings Down The House At President’s ‘Inaugural Ball’

Published: Monday 21st Jan 2013 by Rashad

Shortly after Jennifer Hudson got the Obama’s grooving to Al Green‘s hit ‘Let’s Stay Together’, her ‘Dreamgirls’ co-star Jamie Foxx brought down the house for the Bidens’ first dance.

Lending his vocals to idol Ray Charles‘ hit ‘I Can’t Stop Loving You’, the crooner certainly reminded viewers that his talents certainly do not end on the big screen. See what we mean below:

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  1. B-E-Y-S-U-S Is our GOD January 21, 2013

    *patiently waiting on a BEYSUS post*

    • Um January 22, 2013

      I LOVE Beyonce, but we as fans really need to stop with the b******* “Beysus” mess. Whether you believe in Jesus/God or not, it’s so disrespectful.

  2. tits mcgee January 21, 2013

    Jamie did his thing! I love this performance!

  3. Kcool’s Chocolate Box January 21, 2013

    Jamie is sO unbelievably gifted…No other one is that gifted besides my idol PRINCE

  4. OMG Just Google Kelsnetwork and see what happens… January 22, 2013

    aww…the performance and dance was just beautiful

  5. ThatGrapefruitJuice January 22, 2013

    How nice a serenade. Very sweet. The next President and First Lady.

  6. Jay Scorpio January 22, 2013

    in other news…. CNN has confirmed Times of London report that Beyonce lip-synched the National Anthem during #inaug2013…. damn shame considering she still sounded ah hott mess!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. cocobutta January 22, 2013

    He got skills but the last album he did was….(ok i’ll pause)

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