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Usain Bolt turned a press conference into a full-blown dance party

Watch: Usain Bolt dances the samba in Rio

If anyone could turn a potentially boring press conference into a samba party, it's Usain Bolt. The Jamaican sprint star ended a press conference in Rio in the most Brazilian way possible – he danced his way off the stage.

Okay, but where did this dancing entourage come from? Regardless, this press conference was obviously the place to be on Monday.

READ MORE: Everything you need to know about the Rio Olympics

A journalist-fan (don't worry, we're confused too) even rapped about his love for the world's fastest man:

Sometimes you just get the urge, you know?

All dance moves aside, Bolt announced that the Rio Olympics would be his last. The six-time gold medalist won three gold medals at both the 2008 Beijing and 2012 London Olympics. He'll go for gold again starting Saturday.

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