Keeping Spirits Up With Another Dance-Along! | This Morning

Dance along with This Morning!

Holly & Phil on the UK’s ITV morning show, This Morning, have been keeping spirits up during the lockdown with this dance along show.

It’s time to keeeep dancing! On Monday, Oti Mabuse and Karen Hauer got us off the sofa and onto our feet, and today it’s the turn of Strictly pro Gorka Marquez and his partner Gemma Atkinson. Join us as the nation dances along with This Morning!
Broadcast on 02/04/20

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