All signs are pointing to a Courtney Act win on Dancing With The Stars All Stars this season.
The Drag Race star and her partner Josh have again achieved a perfect score.
They will now compete in the finals for their shot at the crown.
“We have to give these judges something they’ve never seen before”
Courtney Act always knows how to put on a show and this was no exception.
While preparing with partner Josh for this week’s performance she knew they had to pull out all the stops.
“We have to give these judges something they’ve never seen before,” she said ahead of the performance.
Working on preparing the routine with Josh they developed a different angle for the dance.
In her previous season, Courtney and Josh made history with their performance.
Dancing as her male self the pair delivered a powerful groundbreaking performance.
They wanted to take a similar approach with a twist this time.
“I think we need to give them a boy meets boy love story,” Courtney said ahead of their Foxtrot performance.
But both Courtney and Shane would be a part of the performance.
“Shane will be dancing and Courtney will be singing” she explained.
A perfect score again for Courtney Act
Setting the scene in black and white Courtney appeared on stage singing Let There Be Love by Nat King Cole as partner Josh watched on.
As the camera cut away Shane appeared beside Josh dressed as a waiter.
So began their gentle lovers’ routine as the two danced intimately to the Foxtrot.
It was another roaring success for the pair.
Courtney Act and Josh scored a perfect 10 from all four judges, keeping them at the top of the leader board.
Earlier in the night the pair also competed in the “dance marathon” which saw all contestants compete simultaneously in a 3 minute routine to the Charleston.
Courtney and Josh also received the highest votes on the night for this routine.
At the end of the night singer Rob Mills and Actress Olympia Valance were eliminated.
Courtney and Josh will now proceed to the Dancing With The Stars All-Stars finals as the front runners to win the competition.
Watch their full performance below.
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