Malia Obama’s bizarre dance moves while laying on floor grab headlines (video)

Former President Barack Obama’s eldest daughter, Malia Obama, 19, was caught on camera Friday evening in a bizarre “dance” at the Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago.

The incident reportedly occured while the Las Vegas rock band, The Killers, were performing one of their hits Friday night.

TMZ captured the 45-second video blip of Malia and another girl in a “dance,” as the unidentified friend lay on the ground and Malia hoovered over her.

They left the dance area, then Malia returned alone, rolling and writhing on the ground, banging her head to the music and pounding the ground with her fists in a strange performance.

The DailyMail reported that Malia spent most of her time backstage with her friends, before coming out to the grassy area to dance.

The video has been receiving many comments on social media Saturday afternoon, as some have commented that she’s just a young person having fun and others have found the whole scene quite odd.

This isn’t the first time the former “first daughter” has made the news for her party antics. At the Lollapalooza Festival last year, video was also captured of Malia dancing and “twerking” in what many considered a very immodest performance. She was also photographed smoking pot at that same event.

Also in late August 2016, Malia was attending a party at a private residence on Martha’s Vineyard while the family was there on vacation, and the entire party had to be shut down by local police after it got out of hand and the neighbors called in complaints.  Malia was reportedly escorted out by the Secret Service.

See video below of Friday night’s dance performance:

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