The Commander-in-Chief's Inaugural Ball was held yesterday at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. Even though prominent celebrities gathered to perform at the ball, the highlight of the evening still belongs to the dance between President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama. They say a man’s love can be seen more clearly on his partner’s face. It cannot be more true. —Photo by Agencies/text by Alisia Pek

US Vice President Joe Biden and Second Lady Dr Jill Biden attend the Inaugural Ball. ?Photo by AFP
US Vice President Joe Biden and Second Lady Dr Jill Biden attend the Inaugural Ball. ?Photo by AFP
Singer Stevie Wonder performs at the Inaugural Ball. ?Photo by Reuters
Singer Stevie Wonder performs at the Inaugural Ball. ?Photo by Reuters
Alicia Keys opened the evening by reworking her ?Girl on Fire? into "Obama's on Fire". ?Photo by AFP
Alicia Keys opened the evening by reworking her ?Girl on Fire? into "Obama's on Fire". ?Photo by AFP
A heartwarming view of service members and their loved ones dancing during the ball. ?Photo by AFP
A heartwarming view of service members and their loved ones dancing during the ball. ?Photo by AFP
Mexican band Mana rocks the stage of the Inaugural Ball. ?Photo by Reuters
Mexican band Mana rocks the stage of the Inaugural Ball. ?Photo by Reuters
Marc Anthony performs at the Commander-in-Chief's Inaugural Ball. ?Photo by AP
Marc Anthony performs at the Commander-in-Chief's Inaugural Ball. ?Photo by AP
Jamie Foxx arrives to sing for Vice President Joe Biden's dance at the Commander-in-Chief's Inaugural Ball. ?Photo by AP
Jamie Foxx arrives to sing for Vice President Joe Biden's dance at the Commander-in-Chief's Inaugural Ball. ?Photo by AP
Will.i.am attends the Inaugural Ball. ?Photo by AFP
Will.i.am attends the Inaugural Ball. ?Photo by AFP
Country singer Brad Paisley performs during the ball. ?Photo by AP
Country singer Brad Paisley performs during the ball. ?Photo by AP
Nate Ruess (L), Jack Antonoff and Andrew Dost of the band Fun quirk up the stage. ?Photo by Reuters
Nate Ruess (L), Jack Antonoff and Andrew Dost of the band Fun quirk up the stage. ?Photo by Reuters
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama kiss as they dance during the inaugural ball. ?Photo by AP
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama kiss as they dance during the inaugural ball. ?Photo by AP
President Barack Obama bows as he asks first lady Michelle Obama for a dance. Jennifer Hudson, sings Al Green's ?Let's Stay Together? as they waltz. ?Photo by AP
President Barack Obama bows as he asks first lady Michelle Obama for a dance. Jennifer Hudson, sings Al Green's ?Let's Stay Together? as they waltz. ?Photo by AP
First lady Michelle Obama smiles blissfully while dancing with her husband. ?Photo by Reuters
First lady Michelle Obama smiles blissfully while dancing with her husband. ?Photo by Reuters
President Barack Obama enjoying the dance with first lady Michelle Obama. ?Photo by AP
President Barack Obama enjoying the dance with first lady Michelle Obama. ?Photo by AP

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