Whilst we’ve been lending our support to Dermot O’Leary during his incredible 24-hour Comic Relief danceathon by dancing around the office, his famous pals have actually joined the presenter personally to lend their support.
Like Caroline Flack, for example, who joined Dermot in the One Show studio for an impromptu performance of her infamous Strictly Come Dancing charleston.
Is now a good time to start some of petition to get Dermot on Strictly next year?
Asking for a friend.
The 41-year-old started his amazing Red Nose Day 2015 danceathon during last night’s One Show, and isn’t set to hang out his trainers until tonight’s big charity show.
Luckily, he’s got the support of a tonne of celeb pals, who’ve been coming and going throughout his marathon effort to lend their support.
One such celeb BFF was Caroline, who lifted Dermot’s spirits by performing her famous charleston with him.
The presenter had a bit of fun with the routine, lifting Caroline into his arms and spinning her around before actually mastering that floor-rowing move that we weirdly enjoy.
And you know what? They actually make a ruddy good team, and we reckon it was just the lift Dermot needed. No pun intended.
Watch out, Pasha!
Caroline wasn’t the only one on hand to keep Dermot going though, as BBC Carol Kirkwood joined him to do the weather.
Being the top champ that he is, Dermot didn’t stop dancing even when the British public was finding out what the weather would be like over the next few days, describing things like the rain and the imminent chill in the form of dance.
Who doesn’t love a bit of contemporary dance, eh?
The handsome presenter has also been treated to live musical offerings to keep him moving those feet, including a Les Miserables number from Michael Ball, ‘All Rise’ from Blue, and ‘Mamma Do The Hump’ from Rizzle Kicks.’
Even Terry Wogan serenaded him, accompanied by some morris dancers.
Dermot is so determined give this tough challenge his best shot that he’s even going to be dancing through his toilet breaks.
Go on you good thing.
He admitted: “They’ll [the toilet breaks] be quite interesting. I said I want to carry on moving, no matter what happens. I’m going to eat on the go.”
What a ruddy superstar.
Keep going, Dermot! We’re all supporting you, you big hero, and you’re doing such an amazing job – you can do it!!
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