The PM's dancing was most recently mocked as she joined in with dancing pupils and scouts on a recent trade trip to Africa.
Just last week, May said: "Anything which fails to respect the referendum or which effectively divides our country in two would be a bad deal and I have always said no deal is better than a bad deal", failing to see the irony spotted by pretty much everyone on the island of Ireland.
Her address comes after her former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson made a scathing speech yesterday calling on the United Kingdom government to "chuck Chequers" at the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham.
British Prime Minister Theresa May dances as she walks out onto the stage to deliver her leader's speech during the final day of the Conservative Party Conference at The International Convention Centre on October 3, 2018. Other promises included a "step change" in how cancer is diagnosed with a strategy aimed at increasing early detection rates, plus another freeze on fuel duty.
Something tells us they might not take her up on that one.
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Her performance before her conference speech had a mixed reaction.
While we here at Buzz find her dance moves hilarious some people don't quite agree with us.
During her speech she pleaded with the divided Troy Party to unite and back her Brexit plans. This is an outrage.
Well, she's been at it again, having been seen jiving awkwardly onto the stage at the Tory Party Conference today.