One person tweeted: "There has been some genuine WTF moments over the last 2-3 years but @theresa_may "dancing" on to stage like a newborn giraffe trying to copy the "ministry of amusing walks" sketch is another level".
The British prime minister poked fun at her Maybot image as she got her groove on to Abba's Dancing Queen - mocking her dance moves from a recent trip to Africa - before appealing to the party to get behind her.
Her Tory Conference speech is thought to be a critical one in order for her to restore confidence in her Brexit plan and Conservative Party leadership.
She also joked about her disastrous speech at last year's conference in which she couldn't stop coughing and a sign fell behind her.
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Her dance moves on previous occasions led to a huge meme-fest and this time too it was no different.
Her entrance to "Dancing Queen" was compared to the embarrassing work of David Brent, the entrance of wrestlers and football managers, and even a GIF from The Simpsons.
And in a blast at Boris Johnson, May warned that anyone obsessed with getting "the flawless Brexit" risk leaving the United Kingdom tied to the European Union forever.