Unfortunately for those hoping for a glimpse into the private lives of the prime minister and the mayor of London, the figures in the video are actually carefully-chosen lookalikes.
Made in conjunction with Alison Jackson, the award-winning lookalike photographer behind the BBC2 series Double Take, the video is a promotional piece for Xbox 360 Kinect game Dance Central 3.
The games features tracks from the past four decades, including 'Disco Inferno' by The Trammps, Vanilla Ice's 'Ice Ice Baby', Maroon 5's 'Moves Like Jagger' and Psy's 'Gangnam Style'.
The Tory government has proved to be surprisingly enthusiastic about gaming, with David Cameron previously revealing that he likes to play Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja on his iPad.
Meanwhile, Chancellor George Osbourne earlier this week announced a 25% tax relief rate for games developers in the UK, described as "one of the most generous in the world".
Dance Central 3 is out now exclusively on Xbox 360.
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