Donald Trump was wined and dined in Paris as part of his short trip to France to mark Bastille Day. But it got very awkward on Friday morning (14 July) when a military band began playing for Trump and Emmanuel Macron.
After the main military parade finished their procession of troops and tanks, a band formed in front of the two presidents and first ladies to perform a medley of Daft Punk songs including the 2013 hit, Get lucky.
But while Macron is seen nodding to the beat and smiling, his US counterpart seemed a lot less impressed, sitting silently with a grimace on his face.
Daft Punk, whose frontmen are known for wearing robotic suits and masks, remaining silent about their true identities, are one of France's top dance music acts.
The show swiftly concluded Trump's whistle-stop visit to France which also involved a luxury dinner in the Eiffel Tower.
Trump also raised eyebrows when he commented on how Brigitte Macron was in "good shape."
Tweeting after the visit, Trump said: "Great conversations with President Emmanuel Macron and his representatives on trade, military and security.
"It was a great honour to represent the United States at the magnificent Bastille Day parade. Congratulations President Emmanuel Macron!"
The pair appeared to be getting on well after their first meeting at a Nato summit in June appeared to go down less well with an awkward handshake.