In case you missed it, first lady Michelle Obama and Jimmy Fallon busted out their dance moves last night on "The Tonight Show" with a fresh rendition of their "Evolution of Mom Dancing" skit from 2013. 

It's good fun and set the stage for the first lady to talk about five years of working on the Let’s Move campaign — an initiative she launched in 2010 to combat childhood obesity and improve access for all families to healthy, affordable food.

"The Evolution of Mom Dancing 2" features the duo dancing away to numbers such as "One Move Behind in Zumba Class," "I Can Still Do This Dance Because My Arms Are In Shape," and "Getting A Bag From Your Collection of Plastic Bags Under the Sink,” before topping things off with Fallon's interpretation of the "Barack Obama," followed by Mrs. Obama's impersonation of the "Jimmy Fallon."

Obama had challenged Fallon to do five "mom dances," as part of her #GimmeFive campaign. The first lady is asking Americans to give her five ways they’re leading a healthy life. Fallon not only honored her request, but he in turn challenged mothers to post their own "mom dance" videos using #GimmeFive and #MomDancing when sharing on social media. 

Check out the Fallon/Obama routine:

The first lady has been dancing all over the networks these days. Last month, she had a dance-off with Ellen on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” to promote #GimmeFive, and this weekend, she plans to take over the 137th White House Easter Egg Roll with a choreographed routine. 

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First lady Michelle Obama dances with Jimmy Fallon to promote the 5th anniversary of her Let's Move campaign.