Vanilla Ice Plays Mar-a-Lago New Year's Eve Party

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Vanilla Ice performs on stage during the I Love The 90's tour at Summer Night Concerts at PNE Amphitheater on Aug. 29, 2019 in Vancouver, Canada.

Donald Trump was reportedly not in attendance at this year's New Year's Eve party at Mar-a-Lago, but Vanilla Ice was.

Video clips from the party ringing in the new year at the Palm Beach, Fla., resort made rounds across social media on Friday (Jan. 1), give glimpses at the event's entertainment and dance floor.

In footage from Mar-a-Lago, Vanilla Ice can be seen on stage performing "Ice Ice Baby."

"Ok this is amazing," the president's son Donald Trump Jr. captioned a live video uploaded from the party to Facebook Thursday night, showing him mouthing the words to the song. "Vanilla Ice is playing the Mar-a-Lago New Years Eve party. As a child of the 90s you can’t fathom how awesome that is. Beyond that I got the birthday shoutout so that’s pretty amazing."

Vanilla Ice also played his cover of "Play That Funky Music."

"Play that funky music 'til you die," the crowd sang along with him.

Vanilla Ice's name trended on Twitter throughout Friday.

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