THIS Morning fans belly laughed watching today’s show as host Eamonn Holmes showed off his best dance moves.
The telly star, 58, had been discussing Theresa May’s cringey dancing in South Africa with Radio One DJ Jordan North and Pineapple Dance Studios Shaun Smith when he was encouraged to practice a two step.
This Morning fans belly laughed watching today’s show as host Eamonn Holmes showed off his best dance moves[/caption]
However, as soon as the music kicked in Eamonn couldn’t resist throwing in a few choice moves much to the delight of his wife Ruth and viewers at home.
They wrote on Twitter: “This made me belly laugh, thanks Eamonn .
“Love Eamonn. He’s game for anything. His dancing had me in stitches .
“Going on Eamonn show of ur moves, doesn’t matter what ages u r to dance xxx dance the night away xxx.
The telly star, 58, practised a two-step with dancer Shaun Smith[/caption]
Theresa May was criticised for her dodgy dancing in South Africa[/caption]
“Eamonn homles you still got the moves . U made my day lol.
“Eamonn love the dancing .. you & Ruth are so much fun & always make me smile x Great show.
“Very impressive you got the moves Eamonn x.”
Rylan Clark-Neal wasn’t impressed, tweeting for his “tele dad” to stop.
The Prime Minister’s bizarre dancing saw her compared to Peter Crouch’s bad robot dance and an excruciating scene from The Inbetweeners Movie.
One website referred to her as dancing like a “baby robot giraffe” as she joined in with a group of schoolchildren in Cape Town this morning.
She was at the ID Mkize School on the first leg of a three-day trade trip to Africa, but all anyone was talking about on Twitter was her awkward swaying from side to side caught on camera.
And it failed to impress the bookies, with one offering massive odds of 1000/1 that she could go on to win Strictly Come Dancing before 2030.
Mrs May, whose stiff style has seen her labelled the “May-bit”, was ridiculed for her robotic style of dancing, with One Twitter user saying: “I think someone forgot to oil her?”
A number of remixes were also posted on social media, with the PM’s dance set to dubstep music, Status Quo, the Notorious BIG, and even David Brent’s “Equality Street” parody song.
But some people were less critical, suggesting their own dad dancing at such an event would be no better than her attempt.
And her South African hosts seemed to be impressed with her enthusiasm, as she later joined in with a second dance during her visit.
At a packed school assembly, she told the pupils: “Can I thank all those young people who were involved in the performances outside who welcomed me.”
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The PM used her visit to the school to announce that the Chevening scholarship would be opened up to 100 more of “Africa’s brightest young people”.
She said: “What I see before me in this hall today is the future of South Africa.”
She added: “I’d like to think that some of you, when you get older, if you’re thinking of going to university that you might think of coming to one of our great universities in the UK.
“We’ve got a programme, it’s called the Chevening scholarship, which helps people to do that and I’m pleased to say today we’re announcing that we’re going to open up scholarships to 100 more of Africa’s brightest young people.”
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