First lady Michelle Obama teaches Ellen DeGeneres a choreographed dance to "Uptown Funk" on Monday's episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."

Obama said the dance was tied to the fifth anniversary of her Let's Move campaign to get kids healthier. She and former contestants from "So You Think You Can Dance" will team up at the April 6 White House Easter Egg Roll to teach everyone the "GimmeFive" dance performed to the Mark Ronson-Bruno Mars hit "Uptown Funk."

"I've issued this challenge," she said. "We're calling it #GimmeFive and we're using the hashtag #GimmeFive on social media. We're asking folks all across the country to #GimmeFive ways they're leading a healthy life."

DeGeneres' show with Obama airs at 4 p.m. on WNBC/4.

Prince debuts new song

Prince debuted his new single, a cover of Christian singer Nichole Nordeman's "What If," on a Louisville, Kentucky, radio station Thursday in anticipation of his "Hit & Run" tour. The group 3rdEyeGirl is performing with Prince on the tour, which kicked off Saturday night with two shows in Louisville.

Prince, 56, released two studio albums last year, "PlectrumElectrum" and "Art Official Age." In November, he performed on "Saturday Night Live."

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