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Hide Cheats Dancing Death Despite Dreadful Doble

Hide Cheats Dancing Death Despite Dreadful Doble

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Rodney Hide and Krystal Stuart

After scoring possibly the lowest marks ever in a New Zealand Dancing with the Stars performance ACT's leader Rodney Hide and his partner Krystal Stuart live to fight another day thanks to the power of their fans. For the evicted David Wikaira's partner Rebecca Nicholson there was poetic justice in losing to the dancing challenged Mr Hide.

On last years Dancing with the Stars Ms Nicholson was partnered by the under-whelming Tim Shadbolt whose beaming smile kept them on the show far longer than many other more talented competitors. Now at least the recovering car crash vistim Mr Shadbolt will be spared the sight of Ms Nicholson actually dancing properly and all because of the worst dancer on the show - Mr Hide. Scoop understands there is some rumours sadistic Labour leaning voters may be texting to keep Mr Hide on the show for the pleasure in seeing him mangle the Paso Doble and miss votes in Parliament.

Rodney Hide and Krystal Stuart

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Danyon Loader and Hayley

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Angela Bloomfield and Jonny Williams


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Lorraine Downs and Aaron Gilmore


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David Wikaira-Paul and Rebecca Nicholson

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Beatrice Faumuina and Brian Jones

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David And Rebecca Dance Out of Our Living Rooms

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