Matt Hancock hasn't been the most popular politician this year with his handling of the coronavirus being scrutinised by almost everyone.

One of the minister's biggest critics has been Piers Morgan who got into so many arguments with Hancock on Good Morning Britain that the MP and his Tory colleagues have reportedly boycotted the show altogether.

This hasn't stopped Morgan from taking pops at Hancock whenever he gets the chance and on Tuesday's episode of the show, shared a truly disturbing clip of Hancock and Thérèse Coffey, the secretary of state for work and pensions, singing Queen's 'Don't Stop Me Now' on a karaoke.

Horrendous stuff. Susanna Reid was correct. You do need earplugs.

As Morgan said:

This is not something that should be watched casually. This is something to brace yourself with because we are about to show you one of the single most horrific videos, possibly ever recorded.

This was actually filmed way back in October 2017 at the Conservative party conference when Hancock was still the culture secretary so at least he was embracing one part of his job.

The video recently reemerged on social media, leaving some truly lost for words.

Still everyone's allowed to let their hair down once in a while and don't act as you've never embarrassed yourself on karaoke in front of all your friends. At least it's better than his attempt at parkour.

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