RuPaul’s Drag Race alum Courtney Act is back on the dance floor, joining Australia's "Dancing With The Stars All-Stars."
Dancing alongside Joshua Keefe, the duo performed a jive to Tina Turner’s classic, “Proud Mary” in the season's first episode.
"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.
In another post, Act wrote "10’s 10’s 10’s 10’s across the board!" to celebrate her scoring. "What a first dance! Love you @joshuakeefedancer!!!" Their high-action debut performance ultimately earned the team a perfect score of 40.
This appearance in the competition show just one of many that we’ve seen Act take on since her season on “Drag Race.”
Previously Act can be seen competing on Australian Idol, Celebrity Big Brother and as host of U.K.'s first bisexual dating show, The Bi Life.
Act also competed in season 16 of the cult dancing competition series and placed second overall. She was the first drag artist to compete on the show.
During her time on the show, Act even took to the dancing stage out of drag, making history as the first time two dancers performed presenting as male.
This time around the fan-favorite is up against 13 other talented contestants hoping to win big for their respective charities.
Both Act and Keefe are dancing for Black Rainbow Foundation, a suicide prevention advocacy program for LGBTQ+ Indigenous Australians.
The foundation also assists those in the community who are facing situations such as homelessness and domestic violence.
Watch Courtney slay her routine in the video below!
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