I am going to be honest here, I would not win any awards for dancing whether it be dancing in a nightclub or dancing at my best mates wedding, so I am no authority when it comes to critiquing other peoples dance moves.
But, having seen Mrs May bust out some moves yesterday at the Tory Party conference, then we are now seriously questioning as to whether or not the Prime Minister could potentially make it as a podium dancer in a super club in Ibiza whenever she retires from Politics?
Its been a couple of years since I last went to Ibiza, but I (just about) remember seeing some pretty epic dance moves being unleashed by revellers who would often have traces of talcum power under their noses in order, I presume, to stop the sweat from dripping into their mouths?
But I don’t remember seeing the same sort of poetic dance moves which I witnessed yesterday when watching Mrs May enter the stage at the annual conservative party conference.
Let’s face it, most club-goers become so entranced by the music being boomed out of the millions of speakers to be found in any decent club, to notice any dancing anyway – so it could be a no-brainer for Mrs May.
I, for one, would travel back to Ibiza just to get a glimpse of Mrs May grinding to the latest David Guetta track as it gets dropped to a club full of ravers.
We even saw a post on the Ministry of Morales Facebook page this morning claiming that they could not confirm nor deny as to whether or not they had been contacted by Ibiza super club Amnesia about Theresa May potentially opening their 2019 season.
I am fairly sure that Theresa May’s close protection team would love a jolly to Ibiza – its got to be more enticing than a trip to speak at some event in Brussels anyway.
We have put together this guide on how to rave just in case Mrs May runs out of dance moves before potentially being unleashed upon the clubbing capital of the world:
To dance at a rave, move your whole body however the music makes you want to dance.
Don’t be shy or worry about following any specific style, because there isn’t one!
If you need a place to start, try some basic breakdancing moves like the toprock, which is an exaggerated walk with lots of room for creativity.
Do it by walking in place while rocking back and forth on your feet or crossing your legs to mix things up.
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