Watch: Enda Kenny busting a move at Bruce Springsteen on Friday night

When you're the boss of the country you never get the chance to go dancing in the Dáil.

So, when the other 'Boss', Bruce Springsteen, comes to town, you just gotta let your hair down and go for it.

Enda Kenny shows here that he wasn't just born for politics, he was also born for fun.

The Taoiseach's mastery of the air guitar is quite something to behold and he seemed to really enjoy himself at Croke Park along with thousands of other revellers. 

Irish Examiner reader Martin McFadden sent us this video of our Government's leader taking on Bruce Spingsteen for showmanship.

And here he is giving it welly to 'Dancing In the Dark'.


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