Twitter reacts to Theresa May’s Dancing Queen moment


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 bad moment in history.

After proving herself far from being twinkletoes during a tour of Africa, she made a decision to shimmy in on stage with Abba's Dancing Queen playing on the speakers during a Conservative Party conference.

The Prime Minister opted for a more lively entrance as she danced her way onto stage at the Tory Party conference.

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Naturally, within the blink of an eye, the internet had jumped onto Twitter to share their disbelief.

Extensive research by has unearthed a series of highly calculated attempts at bringing the unfortunate dance move back from the dead, by performing at various political events which the PM knew would be broadcast to an impressionable audience.

Someone else commented: "WHAT THE HELL JUST HAPPENED?!?!?!"

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It's not the first time she's tried to poke fun at her own dance moves, either.

Her speech was aimed at providing an upbeat vision for Britain post-Brexit - and after eight years of austerity. It's not quite dancing, as she is walking with objective.

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