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Daisy May Cooper’s sexy dancing proves to be a huge distraction on Never Mind The Buzzcocks: ‘It’s scary but attractive’

Daisy May Cooper’s dancing proves to be too much of a distraction for Jamali Maddix on tonight’s Never Mind The Buzzcocks.

In an exclusive clip shared with Metro.co.uk, the This Country actress gets her groove on as she and Mollie King take on the Intros Round, which sees the team captain and celebrity guest attempt to perform an intro from a song for their other teammate to guess.

Daisy and Mollie are given the track Keep On Movin by Five and the comedian immediately starts shaking her hips from side to side as The Saturdays’ Mollie bangs a beat on the desk.

Shortly after Daisy bursts into recreating the melody, amused presenter Greg Davies announces: ‘This is very good, Jamali.’

But Jamali is completely startled by what he’s witnessing: Daisy’s snakehips.

‘I’m sure it’s good but the visuals are putting me off,’ he says nonchalantly. ‘She [Daisy] stares in my eyes and it’s all scary but attractive. It’s like a time when I went to a Ukrainian strip club.

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Daisy immediately starts busting a move (Picture: Sky)
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The This Country star shakes her bootay as she performs the intro (Picture: Sky)

‘Terrifying, but I was into it.’

Jamali then asks to hear Daisy and Mollie’s performance one more time, totally oblivious of the track his teammates are singing.

‘You just want to see it one more time,’ Greg points out, to which Jamali replies: ‘A little bit. Listen Greg, we’ve all gotta get what we get from this.’

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Jamali has no idea what he’s witnessing (Picture: Sky)

Sadly, Daisy’s efforts were all for nothing though as Jamali has no idea what song he’s hearing leaving Noel Fielding’s team to take one point after submitting the correct answer.

Never Mind The Buzzcocks returned in September and has already aired two episodes. Just four more remain after tonight’s chapter, however a Christmas special is also on the horizon.

Never Mind the Buzzcocks airs Tuesdays at 9pm on Sky Max and is available to stream on NOW.


Credit: Original article published here.

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