Prime7’s Alex Walker and Harrison Lance will partner up next month for what’s picked to be Stars of Orange most poetic performance.
“It could be the most romantic dance of the night,” Mr Lance said.
The dance duo have put in the practice hours with instructors from United Dance Project; Steph Sanford, Dimity Bartlett and Leesa Chaseling.
They said the teaching trio seem quite impressed with their progress so far.
“They certainly make it a lot easier, if I watch someone else do the moves I think: ‘how the hell do they do that?’ but when they break it down for us we get through it,” Mr Lance said.
Mr Lance and Ms Walker have currently raised $728 in the lead up to the show at Orange Function Centre next month – with a trivia fundraiser expected to add to that total on Friday.
From 6:30pm at The Lord Anson the public can play for prizes, with all proceeds from the $5 entry fee to go toward the Cancer Council.
Camera operator, Ms Walker admits she’s terrified at the thought of being in the Dance for Cancer spotlight.
“I watched a partner suffer from leukemia so I know how crappy cancer is,” she said.
“We do so many stories on the work the Cancer Council do and so we see how the money goes directly into the community – which is pretty important.”
The colleagues said audiences should expect to see ‘close quarters chemistry’ when they take to the stage on 2 June.
Agrestic Grocers’ Beau Baddock maintains his top-of-the-leaderboard spot with $10,065 raised ahead of the event.
The combined total of the performers is $41,165.
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