Strictly Come Dancing star Georgia May Foote is seen downing cider and running riot - but it's all part of a new music video for band The Marivaux

A new video shows Strictly Come Dancing‘s Georgia May Foote going wild, downing bottles of cider and generally causing havoc.

But before you get The Priory on the phone and start chuntering about ‘the Strictly curse’, hold up – there’s no need to worry! Because the footage is actually part a music video.

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The former Coronation Street actress appears in the just-dropped music video for Manchester band The Marivaux’s catchy new single Birds and the Bees.

The video sees a dungaree-dress-clad Georgia looking all sad and teary-eyed (but still as gorgeous as ever) before she drains the last dregs from one of those three litre bottles of cider you used to drink down the park in your younger days.

Cider downed (and a little bit of sick chucked up), Georgia runs into her music video love interest, a nice boy wearing a tie-dye t-shirt. After Georgia steals his bucket hat (which, by the way, are standard issue in Manchester), the pair embark on a whirlwind of mayhem.

Georgia is seen riding in a shopping trolley, pushed along by her shaggy-haired beau. Along the way the little rascals bump into a security guard and Georgia even flicks him the Vs – yikes!

After another quick swig of cider, the pair engage in a bit of snogging, daffofil-field-lounging and slow-dancing as The Marivaux take the stage.

The video was directed by Georgia’s real-life love, fellow Corrie actor Sean Ward, who the brunette beauty recently confessed was ‘the one.’

At Monday night’s Pride of Britain Awards 2015, Georgia gushed about her boyfriend, who plays badboy Callum Logan, even admitting that the Tiffany necklace she was wearing was a gift from Sean for doing so well on Strictly.

Yup, Georgia totally danced her socks off on Saturday night’s show, coming third on the leaderboard with dance partner Giovanni.

We wonder if she celebrated with a glass of cider…