While you were eating dinner, doing laundry or watching TV last night, President Obama was apparently singing "Hey Jude" at the White House with a bunch of other famous people. The grand sing-along happened after he presented Sir Paul McCartney with the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. Jack White, Jerry Seinfeld, Dave Grohl, Stevie Wonder and Elvis Costello were there too. PBS taped the show for a July 28 broadcast. At any rate, what's Obama doing "la-la-la-la-ing" with Paul McCartney and other celebrities? Doesn't he need to fix the oil spill or something?! Watch the videos after the jump.
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The New York Times also said there was a cover of "Mother Nature's Son" by Jack White in the program. Whoo.