British Prime Minister Theresa May arrived on stage at the Conservative Party conference to the strains of ABBA's "Dancing Queen", taking a spin around and having a brief laugh at her own expense before a key speech.
"We have had disagreements in this party about Britain's membership of the European Union for a long time".
While she was on a trip to Kenya she was seen trying to take part in local dance moves and well. she badly failed.
The final day of the conference will see May deliver her keynote speech, telling delegates about her vision for post-Brexit Britain.
Mrs May said that the economy had reached a ‘turning point
She urged all sections of her divided party to "come together" behind her negotiating stance after days of criticism of her Chequers blueprint for Brexit.
"The British people need to know that the end is in sight and our message to them must be this: We get it", she said. An undeterred May called on her colleagues to work towards making the Conservatives a party "not for the few, not even for the many but for everyone who is willing to work hard and do their best".
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.