Twitter Went Crazy After Theresa May Danced Onto Stage To ABBA’s Dancing Queen
"I hope they put a "some viewers may find these scenes disturbing" warning on the news before showing the ignominious death of Dancing Queen"

Prime Minister has been widely mocked for her robotic dancing on to the stage to ABBA’s Dancing Queen at the Conservative Party Conference on Wednesday.

Theresa May danced her way on to the 2018 stage to deliver her keynote speech at the Tory party conference in Birmingham. She held her hands up by her side to ABBA’s Dancing Queen which drew laughter from the audience in the hall and social media users.

The dance moves were references to last year’s disastrous conference address when she was plagued by a cough, a prankster, and the signage falling from the stage behind her.

“You’ll have to excuse me if I cough during this speech. I’ve been up all night supergluing the backdrop,” the PM joked.

Twitter users flooded the social media with hilarious memes after May’s awkward dancing, many sharing pictures of robots to poke fun at her “cringeworthy” style.

The PM recently went viral after she danced with schoolchildren during a diplomatic event on a trip to Africa. She said the children were so enthusiastic about the dancing and “I thought it was important to join in.” added. “I was trying to copy their moves.”

The Labour MP Angela Rayner described May’s the dance to ABBA’s Dancing Queen with the hashtag #cringe, writing: “I use to love Dancing Queen by Abba.”

The Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott tweeted that: “So Theresa May comes on stage for her big conference speech…dancing. Whoever thought that was a good idea should be sacked. I am looking at you, Robbie Gibb.”

A user suggested that “I can only assume that the reason Theresa May is dancing so much recently is so that she has a shot at getting on Strictly in 2019 once she gets forced out.”

“Oh no, Dancing Queen is my favourite song. I really don’t want to associate it with Theresa May.” another one wrote.

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