Hugh Grant Will Dance In The ‘Love Actually’ Sequel

🚨 Dad dancing alert!

Hugh Grant is lacing up his dancing shoes for the “Love Actually” mini-sequel.

The English actor will bust out some new moves when he reprises his role as David the prime minster in the highly anticipated 10-minute reunion film, his co-star Martine McCutcheon reportedly promised this week.

He does some dancing again but Hugh was dreading it,” said McCutcheon, who played David’s love-interest in the 2003 hit holiday movie, according to the TV Times magazine. 

Let’s take a look at Grant’s glorious dad dancing in the original Richard Curtis-directed rom-com:

The sequel is part of this year’s Red Nose Day, a biennial telethon on the BBC that raises money for British charity Comic Relief ― which Curtis himself co-founded in 1985. It will air in the United Kingdom on Mar. 24. NBC will broadcast the mini-movie in the U.S. on May 25.

Keira Knightley, Colin Firth, Bill Nighy, Liam Neeson, Andrew Lincoln, Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Rowan Atkinson are among the original cast members rejoining Grant and McCutcheon for the sequel.

And the BBC dropped this teaser Giphy of “Walking Dead” star Lincoln on Monday:

Emma Thompson won’t return, however, following the death of her on-screen husband in the movie, Alan Rickman, last year.

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