Britain’s PM Theresa May dances onto stage

Geraldine Edwards
October 4, 2018

The best verb to describe what British Prime Minister Theresa May is doing as she enters the stage in this clip above?

Theresa May sparked a flurry of memes on social media after she came out dancing to ABBA to deliver her keynote speech at the Tory party conference. Referring to her viral dance moves during her Africa tour, the UK PM awkwardly pumped her arms in the air and made similar moves.

Mrs May also referenced her dancing a number of times in the speech, which focused on Britain's departure from the European Union and took aim at opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn.

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

I mean, it's definitely one way to make an entrance - but I'm pretty sure there aren't many people talking about her actual speech right now.

Mrs May's speech previous year 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.

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The annual Conservative Party conference was characterized this year by internal party disagreements over the May government's plan for Brexit.

But what has undoubtedly gathered the most attention of late is her dance moves.

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