President Barack Obama and Paul McCartney sang "Hey Jude" Wednesday night with Kevin Jonas, Jack White, Faith Hill, Dave Grohl, Stevie Wonder and a host of other names at the White House, where the former Beatle received the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song.
Video: Paul McCartney's "Hey Jude" Singalong
We can't be sure from this camera angle, but the oldest JoBro, who sported an Elvis-style pompadour to the event, may or may not have tried to give Obama a friendly pat on the back at the 1:05 mark. Smooth.
McCartney also serenaded the First Lady Michelle Obama with the Beatles' "Michelle." Smoother.
Video: Paul McCartney sings to Michelle Obama
Check out the full ceremony honoring McCartney when it airs July 28 on PBS.