Dance experts weigh in on Theresa May's funny jive in Cape Town — and have some tips to improve her moves
- British Prime Minister Theresa May, who is on a visit to SA, showed off her dance moves in Cape Town on Tuesday.
- Learners at a Gugulethu high school were treated to a medley of moves, one of which was swaying side-to-side.
- Dance experts, including a Strictly Come Dancing judge, have some tips for improvement.
British Prime Minister Theresa May, who is on a visit to South Africa, got into the groove at a Gugulethu high school on Tuesday.
Business Insider South Africa asked two local dance experts, including a Strictly Come Dancing judge, to weigh in on her moves.
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Their scores out of 10...
Both dancing experts scored the Prime Minister an eight. Sechele applauds May for "being on time with the beat, making for great synchronization."
"Even her expression is good," Mawasha said.
They have these tips for her to improve her moves:
Use your face
The sway of hips must also be loosened. A hack is to stand with feet no closer than shoulder-width apart when doing hip dances for maximum freedom of movement.
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