Being a Prime Minister of UK is no easy task particularly in times when the country is undergoing some serious socio-political changes due to Brexit. But Prime Minister Theresa May knows how to keep the situation light through her fun loving personality. Theresa May dance is no stranger, as the PM has never hesitated from cheering in joy to express amusement.
The UK Prime Minister has once again got the attention of social media for dancing her way to stage on the eve of Conservative Party’s annual dinner.
And, here is her dance.
British Prime Minister Theresa May dances to ABBA’s Dancing Queen as she gets on the stage to discuss Brexit at the Conservative party conference. 💃🏻 🇬🇧 pic.twitter.com/xyRH8zC1qZ
— Negar (@NegarMortazavi) October 4, 2018
Theresa May Dance at International Convention Center
Recently, UK Prime Minister’s dance became the talk of the town after she made an entry by grooving to an ABBA song “Dancing Queen”.
While the audience at the International Convention Center where the event took place, applauded her dance moves, there was a mixed response from Twitterati particularly those who criticize May.
Going viral on social media means to become a meme material and same happened with Theresa May dance at the Conservative party’s meeting. Twitterati came up with the best possible caption to describe May’s joy at that moment.
Walking into a lecture you've actually done the reading for pic.twitter.com/hxVVY3OqIA
— Holly Wright (@HWrighttt) October 3, 2018
Dance is non-political after all. So someone really doesn’t need to agree or disagree with UK’s Prime Minister to appreciate her dance moves. And, this Twitter user was quite right to point this fact.
You don’t have to agree with @theresa_may on her politics to think her dance today was brave, bold and extremely funny.
Keep dancing like no one else is watching, Prime Minister. 💃#cpc18
— Danny (@DannyHackett) October 3, 2018
But, now people will start thinking of Theresa May dance while listening to Dancing Queen.
I hear Dancing Queen and I think of 21 year old me.
Midori & lemonade.
90s hair (i.e Big)
Busting out my one, semi-legendary dance move at an endless parade of 21st birthdays.
Belting out the words with passionate conviction.
I don't think of Theresa May.
— GemmaTognini (@GemmaTognini) October 3, 2018
A Challenge from Green Party Leader
Is it really a challenge from Green Party leader Jonathan Bartley? Doesn’t seem so.
— Jonathan Bartley (@jon_bartley) October 3, 2018
There are those who are unable to accept if what Theresa May did before her keynote speech was actually a dance. It seemed just a movement to them.
For the love of god whoever is telling #TheresaMay she can dance will you stop now
Your just being cruel
Iv seen ironing boards with more movement 😂😂
— cheryl corless #CEP (@cherylcorless41) October 3, 2018
And How Can Theresa May Dance
People were quick to lambast Theresa May for various reasons. They called out her tax cuts for millionaires and other such policies to criticize her and ask how could she dance in a situation where there was so much suffering in the country.
Super-Rich billionaires have been given tax cuts, while the rest of us pick up the bill. Austerity has killed people. Over 14m are now living in poverty. Foodbanks can’t keep up with demands. How can Theresa May stand on the stage and dance when people are dying.
— Nadeem Ahmed (@Muqadaam) October 3, 2018
Few of them tried to describe the situation in a comparative manner by going into details of the Theresa May speech.
The Chancellor’s conference speech:
‘We’re sticking with austerity!’
The PM’s conference speech:
‘We’re ditching austerity. We’re just making a whole bunch of cuts.’
The media: THERESA MAY DID A DANCE!!
— Kerry-Anne Mendoza (@TheMendozaWoman) October 4, 2018
There were also comparisons of her leadership skills and dancing skills. But, there were also some traditional biases to the opinions.
Theresa May dances better than she leads.
— Sharon Gathercole (@Sharonwifey) October 4, 2018
Theresa May Dance in Africa
Earlier, a video of Theresa May had emerged showing her dancing at the end of her August 2018 trip to Africa. Then her moves were not the same, and she didn’t receive that much criticism.