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Erin Andrews Shows off Dance Moves with Vanilla Ice

NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 25:  ESPN On-Air Personality Erin Andrews attends the 'Broke' Premiere during the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival at the AMC Village 7 on April 25, 2012 in New York City.  (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images)
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Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterJune 13, 2012

Erin Andrews and Vanilla Ice find time in their busy schedules to pop into an impromptu boogie-down session and it's fabulous. 

Vanilla Ice is featuring in the new movie That's My Boy from Adam Sandler. I assume that nothing in that previous sentence will have you all clamoring to the movie theaters this weekend. 

I do have something that you might be interested in as we have a video of Andrews asking Vanilla Ice if he remembers any of the classic moves. 

Spoiler alert: He does. 

Here is the video that is making the rounds on Wednesday afternoon. 

Many were hit with a 90's flashback on Wednesday morning when they noticed Vanilla Ice was being interviewed on SportsCenter. 

His role in the upcoming movie was enough for those at the worldwide leader to break Rob Van Winkle from his B-List slumber to start trending on Twitter. 

At some point, deep in the depths of Bristol, Ice crossed paths with the blond beauty of the four-letter. That's when Ice showed off moves I haven't seen since a big-haired Vanilla Ice kindly asked some Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to go. 

As for the dance moves, they both have them in droves. 

Andrews is able to slip into a funky 90's jitterbug better than even a drunk version of myself could. It must be the lingering ability from her stint on Dancing with the Stars. 

Welcome back Erin Andrews, and welcome back Vanilla Ice. Let's see how long this celebrity hype lasts this time around. 

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