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Images: Dancing With the Stars Part Deux

Images: Dancing With the Stars Part Deux

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Rodney Hide and Krystal

Once again a brave, and perhaps foolhardy group of celebrities and politicians donned their glad rags and sparkled and shone across the small screen in the second series of TV One's 'Dancing with the Stars'.

Rodney Hide and Krystal

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Danyon Loader and Hayley

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Angela Bloomfield and Jonny

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Steve Gurney and Sharan

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Lorraine Downes and Aaron

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Beatrice Faumuina

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David Wikaira-Paul and Rebecca

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Christine Rankin and David

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