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Zara Phillips does Gangnam Style for Children in Need
Nov 7, 2012, 12:02 GMT
Zara Phillips in the Gangnam Style video for BBC\'s Children in Need
Britain's Zara Phillips has performed her own version of hit song and dance 'Gangnam Style' for a charity video.
The 31-year-old royal - who won a silver medal at the London 2012 Olympics in the team eventing earlier this summer - joined forces with her Team GB equestrian friends Nicola Wilson and Tina Cook to create their own version of Korean star PSY's cheeky routine for BBC's Children in Need.
Zara can be seen dressed in her equestrian outfit in the full video on November 16 when the charity's annual telethon takes place on the TV channel, and a number of Team GB and Paralympics GB stars will also perform their favourite dance routines.
Diver Tom Daley, wheelchair sprinter David Weir and swimmers Rebecca Adlington and Ellie Simmonds will all appear on the telethon.
The 'Gangnam Style' video has become a worldwide internet sensation and a number of stars have performed their version of the routine including United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Mayor of London Boris Johnson, who recently revealed he had teamed up with British Prime Minister David Cameron to do the dance.
He said: ''Gangnam Style' is very good.
'The Prime Minister and I danced 'Gangnam Style' the other day, you will be shocked to discover.'
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