Sean Connery was the lord of the dance at a party to celebrate the 250th birthday of legendary Scottish poet ROBERT BURNS on Friday night (19Jun09).
The former James Bond star led the festivities at the Homecoming Party at the Edinburgh Festival in Scotland by insisting everyone at the bash had to take part in a ceilidh (traditional Scottish dance) at the city's Assembly Rooms.
The proud Scot said, "I want everybody to get up and ceilidh, so nobody should think to take off. I'll be watching."
Fellow celebrity Frank Langella wasn't about to incur Connery's wrath - he was among the party guests trying to keep up with seasoned dancers.