Elgin fan red-faced despite rave reviews for dancing in front of Blue Noses at Ibrox
09:58 GMT, 6 December 2012
The happiest football fan in Britain admitted she was 'mortified' after becoming an internet sensation for her dancing display at Ibrox.
Jenny Bird, 36, was in Glasgow to watch Elgin face Rangers in the Scottish Cup and was captured on camera as she boogied in the away end during her side' 3-0 defeat.
Jenny appeared on YouTube and the clip generated 100,000 views in the first 24 hours.
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Rave on: Jenny Bird became an internet hit after dancing at Ibrox
But the volunteer sports coach from Nairn told the Daily Record: 'I'm mortified. I've given myself a red neck but, hey, life's too serious anyway.
'It wasn't planned. I just got carried away with the music. It was just a bit of fun with the moves I use when I'm warming up for boxing and exercise.
'It's something that's happened and now I've just got to get on with it. There was no harm in it and if it has made people happy, then that's good.'
Jenny, who supports Highland League side Nairn, travelled down on the bus to watch her friend Stuart Leslie play for Elgin.
And she denied going straight to the match after a big night out on the town.
She added: 'I hardly ever drink, except maybe one at my birthday and at Christmas.'
Jenny's dad is ex-Jedburgh player and racehorse owner Charlie Bird and her brother-in-law Derek Paterson played rugby for Scotland.