For a certain generation, Hugh Grant's dance in Love Actually will forever be one of the most iconic moments in movie history.
Hugh strutting down the staircase at 10 Downing Street to the sweet sounds of The Pointer Sisters' 'Jump (for My Love)' not only changed on-screen dancing as we know it, but it also revealed he was surprisingly swift on his feet!
While Love Actually super-fans may never forget Hugh Grant's performance as the Prime Minister, the actor himself doesn't quite remember the movie as well.
"I don't know," he admitted when asked about Love Actually 2. "I've never thought about that... I can't even remember what happens in the film."
He then explained: "It's so long since I've seen it. You'd have to remind me [laughs]. How do I end up?"
Aww, we can answer! The Prime Minister's corruption was exposed after he ended up becoming the nemesis of national hero Paddington Bear, then he got drawn into a New York City murder mystery with Nicole Kidman.
(In actuality, Hugh Grant returned for a Comic Relief mini-sequel for Love Actually from Richard Curtis where the Prime Minister boogied once again to Drake's 'Hotline Bling'.)
Hugh Grant's narration of A Christmas Carol is available exclusively on Audible now.
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