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DWS: Captain Hide Sinks Like The Titanic

DWS: Captain Hide Sinks Like The Titanic

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Rodney Hide is consoled or is in the act of consoling Krystal Stuart following their dancing demise

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Last evening the champion of the middle aged man on TVNZ's Dancing With the Stars ACT Leader Rodney Hide began the show with a nautical theme and ended up sinking like the Titanic. Mr Hide's progress on the dancing talent show was impeded by four blocks of ice in the shape of the hard hearted judges who all unanimously rated Mr Hide's second dancing effort 1 out of 10 for a grand total of four marks out of a possible forty.

Mr Hide may have departed Dancing with the Stars with his pride slightly dented however his partner Krystal Stuart left with dents to parts of her posterior after Mr Hide managed to drop her at the end of an evidently abysmal Cha Cha.

Rodney Hide And Krystal Stuart's Last Competitive Dances

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Lorraine Downes And Aaron Gilmore

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Beatrice Faumuina and Brian Jones

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Danyon Loader And Hayley Holt

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Bye Bye Rodney And Krystal

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ENDS


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