Theresa May grooves to ABBA's 'Dancing Queen' at Tory Conference

Theresa May grooves to ABBA's 'Dancing Queen' at Tory Conference

Theresa May grooves to ABBA's 'Dancing Queen' at Tory Conference

May awkwardly pumped her arms in the air Wednesday, poking a bit of fun at herself as she showed off her very limited dance moves - a nod to her much-mocked boogie during a trip to Africa earlier this year. I was trying to copy their moves.

The same, of course, can't be said for UK Prime Minister Theresa May, whose dodgy breakdancing has been getting her in the headlines for all the wrong reasons after she was filmed busting some moves while visiting children at the ID Mkhize Senior Secondary in Gugulethu, Cape Town.

The "evidence" in this case is a video of her arrival on the stage to give the keynote address at the Conservative Party Conference. She danced!"Oh my days!"And Abba's Dancing Queen is playing".

Prior to beginning her speech, May jokingly asked the audience to "excuse" her if she begins coughing during her address. It's not quite dancing, as she is walking with goal.

No, what Theresa May is doing while the stage for her speech to close the Conservative Party Conference - to the dulcet sounds of ABBA's Dancing Queen - is walking in an ostentatious yet casual manner, typically with exaggerated movements of the hips and shoulders.

Don't half dance. Don't dance just a bit and then stop, then start again.

The Prime Minister also joked about her calamitous speech previous year when she could not stop coughing and the sign behind her fell down.

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