Courtney Act dominates on Dancing With The Stars again


Courtney Act Dancing With The Stars 2

Courtney Act is continuing to absolutely slay on Dancing With The Stars All-Stars.

Dancing for the second time, this week Courtney and her partner Josh have topped the leader board again.

It’s putting the drag star on a great trajectory to possibly win the show.

Courtney Act continues to slay

During her first performance on this season of Dancing With The Stars All-Stars Courtney Act scored a perfect score of 40.

With her professional dance partner Josh they absolutely tore up the dance floor to Tina Turner’s Proud Mary, dancing the jive.

After a perfect score last week they returned again and almost replicated their success.

For their second dance this week Courtney and Josh performed the Paso Doble.

After doing a contemporary version of the dance in their previous season, this time they opted for a more traditional version.

In a fiery outfit of black and deep reds, the pair tore up the dance floor with their electric chemistry.

Their chemistry and talent was an obvious hit with the judges.

All judges except Paul Mercurio awarded the pair 10 out to 10 scores.

Paul scored them 9 out of a possible 10, falling one short of a perfect score.

With a near-perfect score of 39 out of a possible 40, the pair topped the leaderboard for the night.

However, this score also put them at the top of the leaderboard for the entire competition.

Their combined scores for the competition now put them at a total of 79 out of a possible 80 points.

This puts them 1 point ahead of fellow competitors David & Alexandra.

Will Courtney and Josh take out the win this season?

Don’t forget you can see Courtney Act in person at this year’s Big Gay Day in Brisbane.

Watch Courtney Act and Josh performing the Pase Doble on Dancing With The Stars below.

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