Dancing with the Stars two-man dance NOT a first for Australian TV

We've seen this before! Dancing with the Stars promotes Shane Jenek and Josh Keefe's foxtrot as the 'first time' two men have danced together on TV - but it was actually done 14 years ago

By Charlie Coë For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 03:57 BST, 16 April 2019 | Updated: 03:57 BST, 16 April 2019

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Dancing with the Stars judge Sharna Burgess described Shane Jenek and Josh Keefe's foxtrot performance on Monday night as a 'first for television'.

But when Shane left behind his drag alter ego Courtney Act in the semi-final, it was not the first time two male dancers had performed together on Australian TV.

As reported by TV Tonight, that honour actually goes to Strictly Dancing contestants Adam Francis and Alexander Bryan back in 2005.

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Not a first: Dancing With The Stars judge Sharna Burgess gushed about Shane Jenek and Josh Keefe's performance (pictured) on Monday night as a 'first for television here'

Not a first: Dancing With The Stars judge Sharna Burgess gushed about Shane Jenek and Josh Keefe's performance (pictured) on Monday night as a 'first for television here'

The same-sex duo performed together during the short-lived ABC show and were praised by the majority of fans, despite some negative feedback.

Adam and Alexander ended up finishing second in the competition thanks to the surge of public support.

While their appearance has largely been forgotten, the two men danced together on national television 14 years

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