Jennifer Garner Dances in Oven Mitts She Got for Her Birthday: 'Fancy Boots'

"Happy birthday to me!" Garner, 52, wrote on the cute clip

<p>Jennifer Garner/Instagram</p> Jennifer Garner

Jennifer Garner/Instagram

Jennifer Garner

Jennifer Garner got a multipurpose gift for her birthday.

To celebrate turning 52 on April 17, the actress transformed her new oven mitts into dancing shoes for a hilarious Instagram video.

The mother of three danced to Nicki Minaj’s song “FTCU.” After slipping her feet into the mitts, positioned so the thumbs are on the bottom of her feet like a heel, Garner begins to kick her legs like a Rockette. The birthday girl, dressed in sweatpants and a grey turtleneck sweater, stands up and continues to boogie in her oven mitt-shoes, laughing at herself as she nearly wipes out in the process.

“Fancy boots for my birthday! Yay, happy birthday to me! 🎂👢🥳,” the 13 Going on 30 star wrote in the caption.

Garner recently told PEOPLE about her birthday plans, though oven mitt shoes were not part of the original idea. "I love to have a good time and I love to make it nice and there'll be great food and all of those things," she said.

On top of the classic party elements, some of which are seen in her silly dancing clip, Garner likes to have a charitable element to her special day.

Related: Jennifer Garner Tells Ina Garten That She Ate 22 Shrimp While Filming a Scene in 13 Going on 30

"Every year I do something for my birthday," she said. "To me that day is like, 'Okay, how am I going to look forward this next year? How am I going to look outside of myself? How am I giving back to the world that gives me so much?'"

In 2023, she planted trees with her kids in partnership with the L.A. Parks Foundation. Another year, she asked guests to fill 5,000 backpacks each with enough food to feed a family of four for the Blessings in a Backpack program.

"So every year there's something, like, that feeds me and that I love to just include people in," she said.

For more People news, make sure to sign up for our newsletter!

Read the original article on People.