- Former president showed his delight when balloons dropped from the ceiling at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center
- He tossed star-spangled balloons across the stage and pretended to carry them like a football player
- The 69-year-old ex-president even kicked the inflatables and batted them away as he celebrated
His wife became the first woman to be nominated for president on a major party’s ticket.
And his daughter Chelsea gave a passionate speech as she introduced her.
But one of Bill Clinton’s most enjoyable parts of the last night of the Democratic convention was when 110,000 balloons dropped to the stage.
The former president smiled with delight as he discovered his inner child and played in front of delegates at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
He tossed star-spangled balloons across the stage and pretended to carry them like a football player as he celebrated Hillary’s crowning as the Democratic nominee.
The 69-year-old even kicked the inflatables and batted them away as he celebrated with key Democratic figures
His glee prompted a flurry of pictures and GIFs on social media – showing that a man who was once the leader of the free world can also enjoy the simpler things in life.
He smiled with delight as he discovered his inner child and played in front of delegates at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia
Favorite part of the night Bill? Former president Bill Clinton played with balloons after his wife Hillary accepted the Democratic nomination for the White House
The 69-year-old pointed to the sky as the star-spangled balloons dropped from the ceiling of the arena
As he walked onto the stage, he couldn’t hide his happiness as he was hit by a wave of red balloons
In response, he slapped them up into the air with his two hands and carried on walking so he could address the crowd
Hillary also got in on the fun, holding one of the balloons next to her mouth as she celebrated being named the Democratic nominee
He pushed one balloon towards the edge of the stage as he celebrated on the final night of the convention
Anyone for volleyball? Bill tapped one of the larger inflatables into the air as he jubilantly marked the finale of the DNC
The couple held hands and looked up agasp as the balloons came down along with confetti
At one point, he showed a bit of extra effort by reaching out for one of the balloons, as he tightly gripped on to another
Bill Clinton was still pointing into the camera, but his wife Hillary noticed the balloon drop had begun
He shared his delight with a fist bump as the crowd of delegates watched the mainstays of the Democratic campaign walk on stage
The balloons come down on Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at the end of the fourth and final night of the Democratic National Convention