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Roy Keane has the most Roy Keane reaction to Dynamo's insane magic trick in the Sky Sports studio

Jack Kenmare

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Roy Keane has the most Roy Keane reaction to Dynamo's insane magic trick in the Sky Sports studio

Roy Keane had viewers in stitches after Bradford-born magician Dynamo performed a series of incredible magic tricks in the Sky Sports studio.

Dynamo, real name Steven Frayne, joined pundits Micah Richards, Jamie Carragher and Roy Keane at the Etihad ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash between Manchester City and Spurs.

Later this month, the 40-year-old will bury himself alive on live TV in one of his most dangerous stunts to date.

But before being "killed and reborn" on Sky Max, the British magician made jaws drop on Sunday afternoon, when he delivered a breathtaking ice-cube illusion on former City defender Richards.

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Frayne would soon perform a card trick that completely baffled viewers, with one fan saying that Dynamo is the sole reason why he believes magic is real. Sit back, relax and watch the chaos unfold.

Shortly after the performance, Sky presenter David Jones was quick to interrogate Roy Keane about the "extraordinary" events.

"I mean, you've been to David Copperfield... you were trying to look at the other hand to see what was going on," said Jones, desperate to get Keane's initial reaction.

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Then, to the delight of fellow pundits Carragher and Richards, the former Manchester United and Celtic midfielder delivered his trademark line.

As mentioned earlier, a live TV show will be broadcast on December 14th, where Dynamo will take viewers on a journey "of both loss and hope" over the course of a two-hour special.

The show will feature conversations with the likes of Tyson Fury, Demi Lovato, Coldplay, Cara Delevingne and Steven Bartlett.

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Dynamo is said to have hit 'rock bottom' after challenging battles with his mental health and the loss of his identity, but the magician drew strength from sharing his story of recovery and rebirth.

Now, Frayne will move onto "the next phase of his life and career" but to do that, he's got to dramatically lay Dynamo to rest.

Featured Image Credit: X/@SkySportsPL

Topics: Premier League, Roy Keane, Micah Richards, Jamie Carragher, Sky Sports, Manchester City

Jack Kenmare
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