Dancehall Legend Sean Paul Discusses His Newest Album & Teaches Our Ladies A Few Moves! |Loose Women

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Legendary dancehall artist, singer and rapper Sean Paul best known for hit tracks like Temperature, Like Glue and Get Busy joined Ruth, Judi, Denise and Kelle to discuss his new single ‘Scorcha’, The moment our Judi bought twerking into the mainstream when dancing to his tune on Strictly and he also teaches our ladies a few popular dancehall moves!

From series 26, broadcast on 23/05/22

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