An Argos employee has racked up almost 250,000 views on Fb
after performing a charity model of TV’s epic strut.
Connor Doran, 19, strutted to the Pussycat Dolls’ Do not Cha in
suspenders, heels and sizzling pants – similar to the actor in a
viral MoneySuperMarket.com advert.
His dance in Accrington, Lancashire, was filmed by a passer-by
who posted it on Fb, the place it clocked 248,000 views in
Connor informed the Accrington Observer he was ‘completely
shocked’ by the quantity of people that watched the video.
“I used to be simply doing it for an occasion and now it’s develop into large,”
“They already had somebody dressed as much as do it and I stated I
wished to have a go.
“I’ve received dimension 10 toes and the heels have been a dimension eight so I
needed to do it solely a few instances each hour so my toes
wouldn’t be badly broken within the course of.
“It’s not usually one thing I might do however it was a lot enjoyable
and I’m glad I did it for charity.
“I’ve achieved drag and heels earlier than for amusing however to do it for
charity appeared extra helpful.
“We had lots of people developing and giving cash.
“I’m completely shocked how viral the video has gone as I
didn’t anticipate that.”
The stunt has raised a complete of £1,000 for most cancers charity
Macmillan from donations on-line and in
Fellow fundraiser Mike Brome, 46, stated: “The moneysupermarket
advert is such a well-liked one and everyone appears to be copying
“I simply thought it should cheer folks up and provides them one thing
to speak about.
“We had the pants specifically made and it was an excellent snort.”
The video was made days after dad-of-four Wayne Phillips, 40,
clocked up more than a million views for his
own version in Manchester.
To donate go to www.justgiving.com/ArgosMacmillan