Dermot O'Leary fans were completely 'mesmerised' by his amazing dad dancing and cosy outfit in a new clip he shared.
The presenter took to his social media to share a video of himself jamming to Simple Minds' Don't You (Forget About Me).
He was really feeling himself as he two-stepped and grooved to the legendary 80s track all while keeping warm in a brown retro cardigan.
"'It's my feeling we'll win in the end’ x" Dermot captioned the post.
In case you're worried the video might end too soon, it doesn't. The clip lasts for over two minutes and it's iconic.
Friends and fans were couldn't stop marvelling at the TV personality and took to the comment section to discuss his outfit and his dancing.
"Cardigan for the win," one user commented and got straight to the point.
Another added: "THE BEST DAD DANCER IN THE BIZ" while one user said: "Collar goes up when you get really serious."
"It’s actually quite mesmerising," another commented.
Michelle Keegan loved every moment and posted: "Yessss love these vids."
Dermot's hilarious dance video comes after Barry Humphries confused the presenter for This Morning's usual host Phillip Schofield.
Alison Hammond and Dermot were presenting the ITV show and were chatting with the comedian.
Barry, 87, joined Alison and her co-host Dermot O'Leary in the studio to discuss his upcoming tour The Man Behind The Mask.
However, the chat took a rather awkward turn when Barry got confused and thought Dermot was actually Phillip.
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"Well I've got a very good memory Dermot, a very good memory, and incidentally I want to congratulate you by the way, seriously, on your courage," Barry told Dermot.
As Alison cracked up laughing, Barry continued: "Last year, no, no, when he came out and told us about his sexuality."
Alison's laugh got even louder and Barry looked rather confused as Dermot smirked.
"No, no, because I think a lot of people respected you for that," Barry added seriously, as Dermot replied: "Thank you, I'll pass that on to the gentleman who is here Monday to Thursday."
"And by the way, we're all in show business," Barry then commented as Alison tried to compose herself.
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