Jacob Rees Mogg Attempted To Recite John Barnes’ World In Motion Rap And Everyone Had The Same Reaction

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Whether it’s been renditions of Sweet Caroline in the stands, or Atomic Kittenreleasing a reworked version of Whole Again, there’s been plenty of incredible musical moments during Euro 2020.

However, one contribution that no-one expected – or indeed asked for – came as football fever swept through the House Of Commons on Thursday, following England’s historic semi-final win against Denmark.

The moment in question saw Commons leader Jacob Rees-Mogg attempting to recite John Barnes’ rap from New Order’s World In Motion.

Yep, not a sentence we thought we’d be writing today, but here we are.

Speaking in his usual drawl, the end result was, well, watch for yourself...

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Needless to say there was plenty of reaction online...

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Football fans, however, were much more taken with Atomic Kitten’s live TV performance of Southgate You’re The One (Football’s Coming Home Again).

The trio appeared on Crouchy’s Year-Late Euros: Live on Wednesday, following the re-recording of their classic hit Whole Again, which has been turned into a chant by England fans.

This article originally appeared on HuffPost UK and has been updated.

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