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Courtney Act Lands Perfect Score in First Dancing with the Stars: All Stars Performance

Courtney Act Lands Perfect Score in First Dancing with the Stars: All Stars Performance


The Drag Race alum and her dance partner Joshua Keefe are already slaying the competition!

It's 10's across the board for Courtney Act!

The RuPaul's Drag Race alum and queen of reality competition television made her debut on the currently ongoing season of Australia's Dancing with the Stars: All Stars, and as to be expected, she completely slayed the entire thing.

Along with dance partner Joshua Keefe, the dancing duo performed a jive routine to "Proud Mary," and the judges loved it so much that they awarded the two a flawless score of 40 out of 40! (Only Aussie football player David Rodan was also able to pull off a perfect score for the night.)

Act had previously competed in the 16th season of Australian Dancing with the Stars back in 2019, where she and Keefe placed second in the competition overall, but now the two are back and reunited with a vengeance, seeking to win the entire competition this time -- and they're already off to a good start!

"So we're gonna take the beginning of this song and do it easy. But then we're gonna do the finish rough. This is the way we do Proud Mary. And Mary, was I proud of our Jive!" Act posted on Instagram about her performance to the Tina Turner classic.

"10's 10's 10's 10's across the board!" she wrote in a follow-up post, celebrating her first perfect score of the season. "What a first dance! Love you @joshuakeefedancer!!!"

Rewatch Courtney and Joshua's DWTS: All Stars dance floor debut in the video below.

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