French president Francois Hollande says he has been impressed by Bradley Wiggins' performances on the Tour de France and has accepted the rider's offer to perform a breakdance in Paris to celebrate the Briton's win.
With two stages remaining, Wiggins is all but guaranteed to become the first British rider to win the Tour - cycling's most prestigious event.
Before the race, Wiggins had said he would be glad breakdance with the French president if he was to triumph on the Champs Elysees, where the Tour ends on Sunday.
Asked about this possibility, Hollande said: "Why not, I just think I'll have to practice a bit."
Hollande visited the Tour during Friday's 18th stage between Blagnac and Brive-la-Gaillarde.
Wiggins leads his Sky teammate Chris Froome by 2 minutes and 5 seconds overall.