Emmerdale’s Charley Webb is never shy when showing off her dancing skills on Tik Tok and in a re-uploaded video posted on her Instagram, she did exactly that.
In the clip that was originally posted on Charley’s TikTok page, Charley can be seen alongside her husband, Matthew Wolfenden, doing a rather show-stopping walk towards the camera.
The Dingle babe wears a black miniskirt and black high heels in the video. She teams the look with a cream pullover that she tied tightly around her waist.
Charley, who plays Debbie Dingle in the soap, is then seen twerking seductively to Quavo and Drake’s song, Flip The Switch.
The song became popular last year as it encouraged TikTok users to get involved in the Flip The Switch challenge.
In the hilarious video, Charley and Matthew definitely flip the switch for their viewers.
Matthew then holds his hand towards the camera and in the next few seconds, he is wearing Charley’s high heels, miniskirt and hoody and is twerking, whilst she poses next to him wearing his previous attire.
Charley, 33, is an avid social media user and as well as posting hilarious Tik Tok videos to her pages she also asks her fans for parenting advice.
Last week, the mother of two asked her fans on Instagram for advice on how to tackle behaviour issues with her one-year-old son, Ace.
Speaking openly on her Instagram stories about her youngest child Charley said: “The most common answer for my ridiculously, ridiculous small human child was to ignore him when he starts smacking or throwing."
Charley added: "Also, I'm not sure if I have said but he doesn't just do it in temper, he just does it.
"It's not like he only does it when he's really frustrated, just like, you know, he will just come up to you and whack you one.
"I'm not sure that Bowie is going to ignore him when he whacks him around the face.
"Just going to have to see if he grows out of it, and if not, we'll sell him."
To ensure her fans didn’t take her last comment too seriously, Charley added: "That's obviously a joke."
Emmerdale airs on weekdays at 7pm on ITV, with an extra helping on Thursdays at 8pm.
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