She may have a massive political headache on her hands with Brexit, but Theresa May is still up for a boogie.
The British Prime Minister has been visiting Africa in recent days, and she wrapped up her three-day visit at the UN campus in Nairobi, Kenya, where she joined in with some dancing.
To call it 'cringeworthy' does not do the word justice. Please, somebody, anybody, just... make it stop.
Needless to say, it's already spawned some brilliant p*ss-takes and memes...
Theresa May dancing to Baby Shark is actually the only video you need in your life rn... pic.twitter.com/UczPpxrHoF
— Sam Oliver (@SamOli94) August 30, 2018
Theresa May: “If you wanted dancing you should have come to me.”
- “Do you dance?”
Theresa May: “Big time!” pic.twitter.com/RBxPuGCFoH
— FPL Partridge (@FPL_Partridge) August 30, 2018
Theresa May is the dancing queen part 2 pic.twitter.com/0hJNSAyYEg
— Emily ðŸŒ¹ (@emilybennett27) August 30, 2018
— les moyes on a mission today (@amypond4ever) August 28, 2018
It's also the second time on the trip that May has caught dancing fever, after visiting a school in South Africa... you have to admit, she's nothing if not committed.
— ITV News (@itvnews) August 28, 2018
Every song works with Theresa May dancing pic.twitter.com/V8cqCS6ata
— theimpressionist (@theimpresionist) August 29, 2018
When you realise Theresa May has been "dancing" again... pic.twitter.com/zcICdQjzzC
— The Poke (@ThePoke) August 31, 2018
Theresa May 'freaky dancing' to Happy Mondays. pic.twitter.com/2qzTnSkWoM
— theindiemasterplan.co.uk (@IndieMasterplan) August 29, 2018
At this point, a spot on next year's 'Strictly Come Dancing' is surely inevitable.