After attending debates at a major summit in Cartagena, Colombia, where more than 30 world leaders gathered together, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton partied the night away at a nightclub.
The 64-year-old, who is in South America for the Sixth Summit of the Americas, made the most of the country's nightlife at Café Havana on Saturday evening.
In photos taken at the salsa hotspot, Mrs Clinton can be seen dancing with her hands in the air and swigging back a bottle of beer while surrounded by friends.
Party animal: The former Senator for New York ditched her trademark scrunchie and let her hair loose, opting for a more laid back look
The former United States Senator for New York had ditched her trademark scrunchie and let her hair loose, opting for a more laid back look.
Mrs Clinton, who is normally a fan of two-piece suits, was pictured in a casual black dress, which she teamed with chunky jewellery.
Three explosions 'set off by guerrilla protesters' in Colombia as world leaders arrive for Summit of the Americas
Leaders from the Western Hemisphere met in Cartagena to discuss the ongoing economic and political ties between the states of North and South America.
The summit, which is today drawing to a close, was interrupted by three explosions - possibly set off by left-wing guerrillas - on Friday.
Mrs Clinton showed her fun side earlier this week and made headlines when she poked fun at her alter-ego that is the subject of an internet meme that plays on her tough-girl image.
She met with the creators of the Tumblr called Texts From Hillary, a site which posts satirical photo compilations of possible conversations between the former First Lady and other politicians and celebrities.
But rather than making fun of Mrs Clinton, the Tumblr has boosted her image by highlighting her emerging popularity.
Though she did not come out the victor from the 2008 election, she has earned extremely high approval ratings during her tenure as Secretary of State and the Tumblr plays on her take-no-prisoners diplomatic style.
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