Ahead of Tuesday's New York primary, Clinton appeared on 105.1's The Breakfast Club Monday morning. In addition to talking politics, the presidential hopeful also recalled seeing Beyoncé perform at First Lady Michelle Obama's 50th birthday party in 2014. "It was so amazing. We were in the East Room of the White house, and they had a stage set up and everything, and she had some of her backup dancers. I sat there and I was just amazed," Clinton, 68, said. "Look, I've seen her on TV a million times, but to see her that close and in person [was incredible]."
"So, afterwards I was talking to President [Barack] Obama and he said, 'Yeah, I saw you over there. Your mouth dropped open.' I said, 'Yeah! It was unbelievable! What an incredible performer.' He goes, 'Yeah, everybody in this audience who had never seen her before was all saying the same thing,'" Clinton continued. "I can't believe it. It's like a natural phenomenon."
Clinton joked that she "totally" practices Beyoncé's dance moves when she's home alone. "I'm always in trouble when I try to dance in public. Have you noticed that? I have no coordination."