Watch The Crown Cast Dance to Lizzo in Video That Was 'Never Meant' to Be Seen!

The cast of The Crown knows how to bust a move — but their choreographed dance wasn't meant for public viewing!

Gillian Anderson, who played British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the Netflix hit's fourth season, appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers and shared how Olivia Colman, who played Queen Elizabeth, convinced the cast to perform a dance to Lizzo's "Good As Hell" between scenes.

"Olivia apparently does a dance class in the area that she lives with a bunch of friends on a regular basis, and the last time she did the class, they had danced to that Lizzo song," Anderson recalled. "She asked if we would happen to be interested in maybe doing it, and she would video it."

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However, Colman told the cast — including Tobias Menzies (Prince Philip), Helena Bonham Carter (Princess Margaret), Josh O'Connor (Prince Charles), Erin Doherty (Princess Anne) and Marion Bailey (the Queen Mother) — that she would only show the video to her fellow dancers.

"So it was never meant to see the light of day," Anderson explained.

"And yet, here we are," said Meyers before playing the clip of the actors (in costume for a funeral scene!) showing off their dance — and letting out a gleeful "whee" as they slide across the floor in the final move.

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"It's really good," Meyers said. "You guys are really good."

And Anderson's response? "So humiliating."

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Anderson, 52, previously spoke on The Crown's official podcast about how much fun the cast had on set in between filming.

"Much hilarity ensued the minute cut was called and sometimes very difficult to pull oneself back together into Margaret Thatcher," she said.

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