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Line Of Duty’s Vicky McClure shares hilarious video of Martin Compston and Adrian Dunbar dancing

‘Breaking these two gently into TikTok!’: Line Of Duty’s Vicky McClure shares hilarious video of Martin Compston and Adrian Dunbar dancing

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They have been filming the tense and thrilling sixth series of Jed Mercurio’s BBC police drama, Line Of Duty. 

And Vicky McClure found a way to help her co-stars Adrian Dunbar and Martin Compston unwind on Thursday as she taught them about TikTok. 

The actress, 37, who plays DI Kate Fleming on the soap, played My Bestie and Your Bestie by Yungen and encouraged the other to two to show off their dance moves.

Vicky McClure found a way to help her co-stars Adrian Dunbar and Martin Compston unwind after Line Of Duty filming on Thursday as she taught them about TikTok

Vicky giggled as Adrian, 62, aka Ted Hastings, did a number of hip-raising wiggles while Martin, 37, (DS Steve Arnott) asked in the background when to dance before awkwardly bopping along.  

The star captioned the video: ‘Breaking these two gently into TikTok! When I’m down I’m gonna watch this on loop!!! #besties’.  

It comes after Line Of Duty fans have claimed to have pointed out a ‘huge spoiler’ after show creator Jed Mercurio shared a snap from filming on Monday.

Sweet: The actress, 37, who plays DI Kate Fleming on the soap, played My Bestie and Your Bestie by Yungen and encouraged the other to two to show off their dance moves

Sweet: The actress, 37, who plays DI Kate Fleming on the soap, played My Bestie and Your Bestie by Yungen and encouraged the other to two to show off their dance moves

He's got the moves: Vicky giggled as Adrian, 62, aka Ted Hastings, did a number of hip-raising wiggles

He’s got the moves: Vicky giggled as Adrian, 62, aka Ted Hastings, did a number of hip-raising wiggles

The writer, 54, took to Twitter to share a collection of photos of DS Steve Arnott, Ted Hastings and DI Kate Fleming as they playfully posed on set. 

Yet eagle-eyed fans were quick to point out that DS Steve Arnott had lost his ‘sergeant stripes’ from his uniform as they questioned whether he had been demoted or was going undercover.  

Elsewhere other fans came up with another bizarre theory as they noted Ted Hastings was stood in front of a piece of graffiti which had the letter H.

There he goes: Martin, 37, (DS Steve Arnott) asked in the background when to dance before awkwardly bopping along

There he goes: Martin, 37, (DS Steve Arnott) asked in the background when to dance before awkwardly bopping along

Adorable: The star captioned the video: 'Breaking these two gently into TikTok! When I¿m down I¿m gonna watch this on loop!!! #besties'

Adorable: The star captioned the video: ‘Breaking these two gently into TikTok! When I’m down I’m gonna watch this on loop!!! #besties’

Spoiler? It comes after Line Of Duty fans have claimed to have pointed out a 'huge spoiler' after show creator Jed Mercurio shared a snap from filming on Monday

Spoiler? It comes after Line Of Duty fans have claimed to have pointed out a ‘huge spoiler’ after show creator Jed Mercurio shared a snap from filming on Monday

Eagle-eyed: Yet fans were quick to point out DS Steve Arnott had lost his 'sergeant stripes' from his uniform as they questioned whether he had been demoted or was undercover

Eagle-eyed: Yet fans were quick to point out DS Steve Arnott had lost his ‘sergeant stripes’ from his uniform as they questioned whether he had been demoted or was undercover

Posting a zoomed in picture with a red ring around it, a Line Of Duty fan commented: ‘Massive spoilers on wall.’

In the most recent series five finale, creator Jed dropped the bombshell there was not just one super villain H but four caddies. 

Steve discovered the vital clue when a clip of DI Matthew ‘Dot’ Cottan’s dying declaration was played during AC-12 boss Ted Hasting’s interrogation with Patricia Carmichael (Anna Maxwell-Martin). 

Line Of Duty resumed filming in September after a five-month hiatus during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The BBC police drama suspended shooting for series six back in March, but leading actor Martin Compston – who plays DS Steve Arnott – returned to set to shoot socially-distanced scenes last month.  

Show creator Jed thanked fans for their ‘patience’ and assured that the cast and crew are aiming to have the sixth season back on air ‘as soon as possible’.

Back to AC-12: The show, which stars Martin as DS Steve Arnott, Vicky as DI Kate Fleming and Adrian as Superintendent Ted Hastings - follows anti-corruptions officers

Back to AC-12: The show, which stars Martin as DS Steve Arnott, Vicky as DI Kate Fleming and Adrian as Superintendent Ted Hastings – follows anti-corruptions officers 

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