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Olympic eventers danced “Gangnam Style” for Children in Need


  • Silver medal-winning Olympic riders Nicola Wilson, Tina Cook and Zara Phillips showed off their dance moves on Friday night for Children in Need — performing a Gangnam Style routine.

    The song — by South Korean pop star PSY — has been the subject of many parodies since topping the charts earlier this year.

    Our British eventers mimiced the routine as part of a special music video compilation performed by Olympic and Paralympic heroes.

    “We did feel a bit ridiculous filming it,” Nicola Wilson told H&H before the programme aired. “But it was a real giggle and well worth feeling a fool for such a good cause. We were taught a couple of moves and then just tried to keep in time.

    “Hopefully, we’ll only be on television for a split second and no one will notice…”

    Children In Need 2012 raised £26,757,446 on the night for good causes. To donate visit www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey/.

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