WATCH: Hugh Grant Dances To Drake In ‘Love Actually’ Reboot

Love Actually‘s famous cue cards sequence isn’t the only iconic scene in the 2003 rom-com. Let’s not forget Hugh Grant’s dance sequence, where his Prime Minister character tells off the President of the United States before cutting loose to Jump (For My Love) by the Pointer Sisters.

 

For Love Actually‘s TV reunion for “Red Nose Day,” which aired on Friday night in the UK, Grant revived his killer moves to remake the original dancing scene, to a more modern song: Drake’s Hotline Bling.

While the Love Actually reunion doesn’t air until May 24 in the U.S., viewers tweeted plenty of clips of Grant attempting his best Drake, for all of Twitter to see. Unfortunately, since Grant’s character is over a decade older than he was in the original movie, a brutal fall down the stairs nearly cripples his routine.

 

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