DWTS' Denise McCormack stars in spoof Red Rock video in hope for votes
Here's Dancing with the Stars' Denise McCormack starring in a spoof new Red Rock video in a bid to gain votes on this weekend's show.
Actress McCormack's co-stars on the TV3 series grouped together with dance partner Ryan McShane for a mock interrogation scene on the set of the soap.
The footage shows Denise's hard-faced character Biddy have it out with Valerie O'Connor who plays Detective Sergeant Nikki Grogan in the series.
Latin dance champion partner McShane also makes his acting debut on the piece, which sees the detective probe the pair over voting on the show.
Meanwhile, this weekend will see contestants embark on a ballroom blitz marathon on the RTÉ dance series.
All five remaining celebrities and their partners will take to the floor for a three minute jive, only to be eliminated one by one by the judges in a bid to be last the couple standing.
The couples will all receive points in descending order which will be added to their score from the main performance.
RTÉ have also revealed the dances which each of the remaining acts will be undertaking this Sunday.
Denise and Ryan will be dancing the Charleston to 'A Little Party Never Killed Nobody' by Fergie.
Hometown star Dayl Cronin takes on the dreaded paso doble to the music of Bomboleo by Gipsy Kings.
Former Kerry footballer Aidan O'Mahony, who became a first-time dad today, will dance to Cake by the Ocean by DNCE, while actress Aoibhín Garrihy will perform a tango to a Shakira track.
Finally, RTÉ sportscaster Des Cahill will attempt a jive with partner Karen Byrne to the music of 'Do You Love Me?' by The Contours.
Dancing with the Stars is on RTÉ One on Sunday at 6.30pm
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