We can't work out if this is a total success or a complete 'Tragedy' (ha!) but 90s pop group Steps have attempted to set a new world record in a mass supermarket dance-off.
As you do.
Steps, famed for such classics as 'Better Best Forgotten' and 'Stomp!', have attempted to break dance records at a Sainsbury's in South West London, dancing out the famous routine to their famous cover of Bee Gees hit 'Tragedy'.
Joined by 179,850 fans, Steps danced out the classic routine, stomping and waving their hands just like we remembered.
Now all that's left is for the band to wait for confirmation from the Guinness World Book Of Records, to see if they have made history with their mass supermarket dance-off.
Claire Richards explained that the dance off was the cherry on top of the cake for the group, who have been touring throughout the year together:
"Supermarkets are filled with guilty pleasures to tempt shoppers, and today we were one of them. Fans and foodies danced their hearts out, topping off what has been a phenomenal and now record breaking tour."
Bandmate Faye made sure that she thanked Steps fans everywhere for helping them to break a record:
"I think it's really exciting for the people who have come along to join in with us and for us it's just a really great benchmark because we've had such a fantastic year, and a massive thank you to everyone."
We wonder if the Guinness World Records team will come back with good news for Steps and Steps fans everywhere...
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