(CNN) - Chris Christie says he expects his widely-publicized dance performance with Jimmy Fallon that lit up social media may prompt future requests for him to bust a move.
Appearing on New Jersey 101.5's monthly "Ask the Governor" program, the New Jersey Republican said Fallon "makes me feel very comfortable."
"And so when someone makes you feel comfortable they can talk you into doing some things you might not normally talk yourself into," he said.
Christie recounted his appearance last week on "The Tonight Show," where he and the late night comedian, among other shenanigans, broke out the lawn mower and offered an apparent dance interpretation for the GOP versus the Democratic conventions.
"I got a feeling that these dances now will be frequently requested no matter where I am - the next wedding, the next bar mitzvah," Christie said.
Christie, a potential 2016 presidential candidate, said the reaction to the show has been viral – 4.5 million hits on YouTube, he said.
Apparently stunned by its popularity, Christie said his son told him: “See Dad? See how many hits you can get if you're willing to humiliate yourself on national television for five minutes."
CNN's Dana Davidsen contributed to this report.