People can't get enough of Leonardo DiCaprio's super awkward dancing

People can't get enough of Leonardo DiCaprio's super awkward dancing

Leonardo DiCaprio is known for dating models who are rarely over the age of 25, a somewhat remarkable feat given the fact that we have now been graced with a video of his dancing skills, which are seriously dad-like.

The 45-year-old actor was caught grooving at P Diddy's 50th birthday party in Los Angeles, and it was adorably awkward.

Check out the clip below...

The Wolf of Wall Street actor was filmed dancing to Bobby Brown's 1988 single, Every Little Step, with his 22-year-old girlfriend, Camila Morrone.

The footage, which was taken by another guest at the party, shows Leo moving up and down and doing some seriously sassy hand movements, making it clear what a great time he's having.

Naturally, the hilarious video was a hit with his fans. "Go Leo awesome moves babe," wrote one Twitter user, while another corroborated "I wish I was there."

"This is a 40+ party. Ain't nobody breaking their knees," a third wrote. 

Another added, "Awww hahahaha livin life." 

A number of other notable celebs were in attendance, including Beyoncé, Jay Z, Kelly Rowland, Kim Kardashian, Usher, Khloé Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Kate Beckinsale, Paris Hilton and Snoop Dogg.

And the birthday bash, which took place at Diddy's Beverly Hills mansion, included performances from Mary J Blige, Marvin Sapp and DJ Cassidy MC'd the night.

Guests were allegedly invited by a voice recording of supermodel, Naomi Campbell, saying "there ain't no party like a Diddy party."

The 50-year-old later took to Instagram to reminisce about the night he'd "never forget".

"Last night was one of those nights I’ll never forget. But something that sticks out to me is what my young creative @kaito put together with @vanityfair. All I can say is wow!! I’ve watched you grow from just a photographer to someone who captures beautiful art. Looking at these images makes me so proud. Thank you King! #DIDDY50 and thank you @natmoar," he wrote.