Jeremy Corbyn goes Viral for Bhangra Dance at Wedding

Former Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has gone viral for his Bhangra dancing at a Pakistani wedding in Coventry.

Jeremy Corbyn goes Viral for Bhangra Dance at Wedding f

“He has certainly got the moves."

Former Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn busted out some Bhangra dance moves at a wedding.

Mr Corbyn showed off his dance moves after being persuaded to do so by the groom’s cousin.

The Islington North MP was invited as a special guest to the wedding at Coventry’s Royal Court Hotel. Tayab Naveed’s cousin Rizwan was getting married to the sister of Labour MP Zarah Sultana.

Mr Corbyn, dressed in a cream suit and pale-blue shirt, was welcomed by large crowds at the wedding.

In videos filmed by guests, Mr Corbyn is encouraged to dance by Tayab. He then performs.

After dancing, Mr Corbyn then stopped to clap.

However, the clapping was cut short when Mr Corbyn was lifted onto Tayab and another guest’s shoulders.

All three then punched the air in celebration while the crowd cheered.

Tayab said guests were delighted with Mr Corbyn’s efforts.

He said: “It was all great fun and I have to say Mr Corbyn was brilliant with everyone.

“He has certainly got the moves.

“As anyone who knows when you attend an Asian wedding there can be a bit of traffic outside.

“As we were approaching I got out to do some traffic marshalling and help out a little. As I was doing this I saw Jeremy Corbyn in one of the cars.

“I went up to him to say ‘Hello’ and then got chatting to him. He shook my hand and then I told him he had to dance with me when he arrives.

“When he got out of the car I said, ‘You are a man of your word and so am I so let’s do this’.

“True to his word, he told me, ‘You take the lead and I am ready’.”

Videos of the politician’s dance moves have gone viral.

Many were impressed by Mr Corbyn’s dance moves, with one calling him a “legend”.

However, some pointed out his struggle to keep up with Tayab.

One said: “Corbyn is constantly trying to high-five the guy.”

Tayab added: “I wouldn’t say he is a natural and could do with a little practice! But he was brilliant as he took part.

“Everyone was overjoyed that he was just so relaxed to be around. A real man of the people.”

“I have loads of people calling me all day and people are loving the videos.

“I do like to bring the vibe where ever I go. I mean, I did get JC to dance and show off his Punjabi moves!”

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