Ross Kemp Attempting The 'Floss Dance' On Live TV Is Just Incredible

Everybody knows and has probably tried the floss, even though most might not admit to the latter.

It's a catchy dance move which is on a similar hype level as the good ol' dab, but it needs a little bit more skill to execute.

Whether you saw it on Forntite, the backpack kid's videos or as a football celebration, the craze has swept around the world - but I think I've just seen one of the funniest attempts of all time.

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No it wasn't Chris Pratt, but Ross Kemp, or should I say (Can't) Floss Kemp. He's made his way through some pretty tricky sitauations in his TV shows, only to be foiled by an arm swinging, hip shaking dance move.

Whilst he was a guest on Loose Women everyone started to floss, and even though he joined in with the fun Kemp didn't have the foggiest idea how to do it.

Instead, he did some weird pelvic thrust thing (with synchronised hands) which probably made a few audience members look the other way, but at least he tried.

His dad moves would have fit quite well in his famous Eastenders dancing scene, but there's just something not right about it and I'll be glad if I never have to see it again.

Kemp wasn't the first and certainly won't be the last to fail at the dance move, but let's hope for his kids sake this clip somehow gets deleted off the internet.

It definitley won't. Keep flossing!

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Matthew McGladdery

Matthew McGladdery graduated with a BA in Broadcast Journalism from Salford University, where he worked at Revolution 96.2, Global Radio, and Fleetwood F.C. When he left university, he took on the role of co-editor for the Salfordian and worked as freelancer for the likes of BBC Sport. He continues to work in sport but loves talking all things Xbox, PS4, and PC just as much.

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