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B&B : The most important dance-off YET

B&B : The most important dance-off YET

Oneoneroa is about to get spicier with a dance off between B&B hosts Beverley and Bevan Best and Labour MP Georgina Beyer and former rugby legend Norm Hewitt on the cards for this coming Monday November 7 at 9.30 PM!

Georgina and Norm have their cha cha in check and their foxtrot in front as they face their toughest opposition yet - a bicultural couple stationed in a bed and breakfast "40 minutes from everywhere" who met in the illustrious surrounds of a balmy Norfolk Island resort.

B&B is New Zealand's newest comedy starring Te Radar and Hori Ahipene and has already seen Dr Pita Sharples, NZ Idol's Nick Carlson and Oscar nominee Keisha Castle-Hughes take the stage for outrageous shenanigans.

Tune in to B&B this Monday November 7 at 9.30 PM to see New Zealand's newest comedy!

"Join us in Oneoneroa, where if you're doing nothing, you're doing too much"

- Beverley Best

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