Tonight on Dancing With The Stars: All Stars, the second group of all stars and wildcards took to the floor to high praise, as judge Todd McKenney declared the group “the highest quality of dancers” in any series.
David Rodan highlighted how a champion dances the cha-cha as the AFL legend added another perfect score – the first in the series – to his record of most perfect scores in the show’s history.
Courtney Act and her rocking jive took out a show-stopping second perfect score; while wild card Deni Hines gave a close chase with her knockout samba score of 39.
Returning to the ballroom after 13 years, triple-threat Rob Mills was a dynamite with his cha-cha; Olympia Valance brought the exotic sensuality of the Argentine tango and Sam Mac was Mr Entertainment during his very first dance.
At the close of the evening, Angie Kent became the latest Dancing With The Stars: All Stars casualty after finding herself in the bottom two with her cha-cha.
The final scores of the night were:
David Rodan and Alexandra Vladimirov – 40
Courtney Act and Josh Keefe – 40
Deni Hines and Lyu Masuda – 39
Olympia Valance and Gustavo Viglio – 38
Rob Mills and Alarna Donovan – 27
Angie Kent and Julian Caillon – 25
Sam Mac and Ruby Gherbaz – 22