Cringe cabinet minister Michael Gove has again been spotted showing off his dance moves – after another party video emerged from the Tory party conference.
The Brexiteer gets up close and personal with fellow MP Tom Tugendhat as a singer belted out Whitney Houston hit I Wanna Dance With Somebody.
The fully suited Tory pair spin and twirl each other around as Mr Tugendhat, the chair of the foreign affairs committee, helped him perfect his notorious dancefloor moves.
It came just hours after Gove poked fun at his Aberdeen nightclub exploits in July.
The newly single 54-year-old was videoed grooving at 2.30am in a Scottish techno club, filmed throwing shapes before hugging another dancer.
The latest clip Whitney was today shared on twitter by journalist John Johnston on twitter.
He wrote: “Michael Gove and Tom Tugendhat are having a *great* time on the dance floor at Tory conference.”
Several social media users responded mocking the pair for their “dad-dancing”.
One joked: “Sorry now I have seen this I can’t unsee it! Deeply disturbing.”
Another added: “Gove seemed to enjoy his raving style in Aberdeen more.”
A third said: “He is a sad & sorry minister.. and what’s more he can’t dance either!”
Just hours earlier, the MP referenced his previous dance moves at Bohemia nightclub which captured the headlines.
Opening his speech at the Tory conference, Mr Gove said: “Here we are – bright lights, great atmosphere, enthusiastic young people.
“It reminds me of my last night out on the town in Aberdeen – dance like nobody’s watching they say.
“Well I did, but they were watching.
“And I know many people have recently been asking why a middle-aged man spent more than an hour non-stop unleashing a series of wildly un-coordinated gestures in front of a bewildered audience, who were left wondering if this was some sort of bizarre attempt to go back to the ’80s. But enough of Keir Starmer’s conference speech.”
Gove is enjoying the freedom after splitting from his wife Sarah Vine following 20 years of marriage.
It was announced this summer that the couple have “agreed to separate” and are “in the process of finalising their divorce”.
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The pair married in 2001 and have two children, Beatrice, 18, and William, 16.
A spokesperson for the couple said in July “Michael and Sarah have agreed to separate and they are in the process of finalising their divorce.
“They will continue to support their two children and they remain close friends.
“The family politely ask for privacy at this time and will not be providing any further comment.”