Dancing with the Stars… and Street Furniture!

Image courtesy of Channel 7

Our bench was featured on Channel Seven’s top rating show Dancing with the Stars. Packed to the Rafters actress Zoe Cramond and professional dance partner Aric Yegudkin danced an emotional fox trot using the Street Furniture bench as a prop for the romantic interlude.

The program was televised at 6.30pm on Sunday 29th April 2012. The routine can also be viewed on the official website on Yahoo 7!

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