British PM Theresa May Sashay Onstage to ABBA’s ‘Dancing Queen’

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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 very bad moment in history. She then sought to...

Theresa May today danced onto the stage to deliver her make or break speech in a bid to unite Britain and her bitterly divided party.

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While the jokes began nearly instantly, video producer Luke Benson went one better, creating the video mash-up (above) - with a little creative intervention thrown in - to turn May's dancing figure into a puppet being controlled by pulling strings.

Her iconic dance move have been dubbed "The Maybot" and have been a popular topic of discussion around the UK.

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Her performance before her conference speech had a mixed reaction. Just last month she offered up some dancing advice to the Strictly Come Dancing lot, tweeting: "Get in touch if you need any tips".

Theresa May showed no sign of pressure ahead of her crucial conference speech, arriving on stage DANCING to Abba.

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Something tells us they might not take her up on that one.