Theresa May dances to 'Dancing Queen' to open her conference speech

Theresa May dances to 'Dancing Queen' to open her conference speech

Theresa May dances to 'Dancing Queen' to open her conference speech

It was a self-deprecating moment, referencing Mrs May's trip to Africa when her tribal dancing was mocked on social media.

The embattled British Prime Minister strutted onto the stage to the gloriously joyful refrain from the Swedish hitmakers, unaware that she was well and truly wrecking any chance of enjoying the song in the future without referring back to this terrible moment in history.

Theresa May dancing at Tory Conference.

Theresa May astonished Conservative party members by beginning her keynote speech at the party's conference by dancing to Abba.

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

Mrs May's speech a year ago was beset by a series of disasters - a prankster served her with a joke P45, she suffered a coughing fit and the letters on the set behind her fell off as she ploughed on with her address.

May as she walked out on stage today dancing to ABBA.

The previous day former foreign secretary Boris Johnson launched a scathing attack on May's Brexit plan - known as "Chequers" after the prime minister's country residence where it was approved by the Cabinet in July.

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