Former Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is back at it again with a questionable bhangra dance move after a video of him celebrating a Pakistani wedding went viral online.
Mr Corbyn showcased his traditional folk dance in North London last night while surrounded by excited guests at the wedding.
The 28-second clip, which was posted to Twitter today, captured the Islington North MP wearing a pastel blue vest which she paired with white trousers and a white shirt.
As the 74-year-old struggled to keep up with his fast-paced drumming, a raucous wedding party cheered him on from the sidelines as he stole the show to boogie a bit with the guests.
The large crowd applauded as he put out his best gestures for the bride and groom.
Former Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn is back with a questionable bhangra dance move
Mr Corbyn showcased his traditional folk dance in North London last night while surrounded by excited guests at the wedding
She can be seen throwing her arms in the air as she desperately tries to coordinate her kicking feet to the beat before another wedding guest offers her hand to show him some more traditional dances.
Bhangra was created by British Punjab in the 1960s based on their music from their native Punjab, a region in the north of the Indian subcontinent divided between Pakistan and India.
Videos of Mr Corbyn’s wedding dance are starting to become an annual tradition – this time last year he also went viral online for performing a similar gesture at the wedding of the sister of left-wing Labor MP Zarah Sultana in Coventry.
She was cheered on by a large crowd of guests standing around her after being ‘pulled’ to dance by Rizwan’s groom’s cousin, Tayab Naveed, 26.
After the dance, Mr. Corbyn stops to applaud but succeeds only twice before a shocked Mr. Corbyn is hoisted onto the shoulders of his fellow dancers and other wedding guests.
The three then punched the air in celebration as they were loudly cheered on by the large crowd.
Joining the likes of Theresa May and Michael Gove, MP has become known for his fun and wacky dancing and people online are loving him.
Juliet Brown commented ‘liked it’ on the Twitter post while others agreed writing ‘liked it’.
But others are a bit more critical of her attempts at traditional folk dancing.
Jagtar Singh wrote: ‘That man is a disgrace’ while Dojj Singh added ‘finally, someone who is a worse dancer than me’.