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Elizabeth Marvelly on Dancing With The Stars

Popera Princess Elizabeth Marvelly on Dancing With the Stars

New Zealand’s newest singing sensation Elizabeth Marvelly will perform on Dancing With the Stars TOMORROW night.

She will perform during the top-rating show while the five remaining couples attempt to impress the judges with their saucy sambas.

The appearance on Dancing With the Stars will be the first of a string of high profile events this stunning Rotorua teenager will be part of over the coming months. Early next month she will embark on a tour of New Zealand and Australia with Britain’s Got Talent phenomenon Paul Potts.

This tour will take her to Christchurch, Wellington, Rotorua and Auckland as well as Australia’s major cities, a highlight being a performance at the Sydney Opera House.

She will also appear at the Telstra Events Centre in Manukau City on March 29 and at the Three Divas concert in Tauranga on March 30.

Meanwhile, her debut self-titled album is set to be released into Australia.

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