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Hide Lives To Dance Again - Gurney A Goner

Hide Lives To Dance Again - Gurney A Goner

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Rodney Hide and Krystal Stuart
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ACT Leader Rodney Hide's twinkle toes will keep twinkling for at least another week after he pulled himself out of the scoring basement and edged his way up the cellar steps of dancing glory in last evening's Dancing with the Stars. Sadly for Iron-person Steve Gurney his jolly japes chatting about dancing with his blokey mates will be limited to discussing the other contestants. On the plus side for the plucky hard-person of international events sports - Mr Gurney doesn't leave the show entirely empty handed - he departs the nations' favourite talent quest with a (presumably) free chest wax.

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Rodney Hide and Krystal Stuart

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Steve Gurney and Sharan Phillips

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Lorraine Downs and Aaron Gilmore

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