The song, "Dancing Queen" by ABBA puts Queen Elizabeth in the mood to boogie. BBC radio host Chris Evans had a friend who attended a dinner at Windsor Castle. After dinner, speeches were done, and there was a dance where they played, "proper dance music." She always gets up and dances when “Dancing Queen” is playing. She may be a 91-year old monarch, but she still has the moves.
The Queen’s cousin, Lady Elizabeth is a fantastic dancer and she has excellent rhythm. The song is a Europop version of American disco music. The song was launched as a single in Sweden in 1976, followed by a United Kingdom release, and then it went to the rest of Europe a few days later. It was a worldwide hit, and it became a number one hit in the United States, also topping the charts all over the world.