The coronavirus pandemic has forced most of the UK population into self-isolation in order to stop the spread of Covid-19.
And it’s fair to say that some of us are dealing with the huge change to daily life better than others.
One man who is clearly making the most of his new-found free time is legendary football commentator Clive Tyldesley, who has been posting on his YouTube channel with some brilliant commentaries of his wife cooking lasagna and cleaning the bathroom himself.
Now, some of us simply love the ITV broadcasting legend, while him and his sidekick Andy Townsend are also known to rub others up the wrong way.
And he has no doubt divided opinion again with his latest series on his very own YouTube channel, ‘Clive performs the Greatest Songs’.
In it, the 65-year-old performs current pop songs in his own unique commentary style, raising his voice at times as if one team were in on goal.
And he’s kicked it off with a banger, going for grime rapper Stormzy’s ‘Shut Up’.
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“What’s happening? Right. State your name, cuz,” he raps.
“Stormzy… innit. What are we doing today?
Repping, innit, yeah! Repping, repping, innit, yeah!
“Fire in the park, let’s go.
“Man try to say he’s better than me… shut up!
“Mention my name in your tweets. Oi, rude boy, shut up.
“How can you be better than me? Shut up!
“Best in the scene. Tell my man, shut up!”
He ends the rap with a hilarious reference to Glenn Hoddle, who often co-commentates with Tyldesley, by simply saying: “Glen…”
Tyldesley then wraps up the video with an outro hinting at what his next video will be, and it seems fans won’t have to wait long for it.
“Tomorrow, Dance Monkey, unless you’ve got any particular requests?,” he asked.
“I’ve never seen anybody do the things that you do before.”
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