Hart is England’s No. 1 comedian

Joe Hart may have been on the receiving end of a humiliating 2-0 defeat to Stoke City at the weekend but that didn’t seem to dampen the spirit of the Manchester City goalkeeper.

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of Stoke City of Manchester City during the Barclays Premier League match between Stoke City and Manchester City at Britannia Stadium on December 5, 2015 in Stoke, United Kingdom. Source: Getty Images

The England shot-stopper showed he just can’t control himself when it comes to getting involved with the fans, and was seen brushing off his shoulders in response to chants about his latest advertisement.



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Perhaps Hart, the poster-boy for anti-dandruff shampoo Head and Shoulders, always knew there would be a backlash for being involved in such cringe worthy commercials.



It’s not the first time Hart has comes across as a bit of comedian. He started a rise to Youtube stardom in 2008 while representing England U-21s and was filmed showing a team-mate his best dance moves.

Let’s hope that in seven years, Hart's moves have improved.



Fast forward a few years and Hart started to come more and more out of his shell. Perhaps the funniest, or most disturbing depending on your outlook, is the simple of video of Hart passing wind.

Squished in a cab with captain Vincent Kompany and Micah Richards, it’s clear City’s captain doesn’t see the funny side. Not one bit.



Finally, while claiming the FA Cup in 2011, Hart could hardly contain his excitement admitting that he had “necked a few glasses of champagne at the final whistle” prior to this interview.




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Published 8 December 2015 at 11:59am
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