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This dance-off makes us believe in Sophie Monk and Stu Laundy’s love again!

Their hips don't lie, these two are 100% head over heels in love!
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Whatever you think of The Bachelorette Australia’s Sophie Monk and Stu Laundy, this latest video will silence all of their critics.

On Wednesday the reality TV couple, who have been faced with a barrage of backlash questioning if they’re still together or not, delighted fans by taking part in a dance battle.

Watch Sophie and Stu’s dance-off in the player above!

Sophie shared the hilarious competition on her Instagram Story and asked her followers to vote for the winner.

Publican Stu was the first groover to take to the stage, performing an award-winning routine with a dust-pan and broom.

The crescendo of his skit had to be when he threw a fictional piece of rubbish over the balcony.

Sorry Stu, how can you compete with Sophie’s incredible tummy roll?

Next if was Sophie’s turn and it’s fair to say she blew her boyfriend out of the water.

The former Bardot babe had us in stitches with her unique moves, which included a mesmerising tummy roll and gyrating hips.

In the end Sophie won with 61% of votes while Stu took out 39%.

WATCH: Sophie Monk and Stu Laundy defend their romance. Post continues…

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The 44-year-old gave it his best shot.


Stu might have lost out to Sophie but the 37-year-old still very much has her man’s back.

Earlier in the week, The Bachelorette beauty opened up to Lisa Wilkinson in a Facebook live chat, confessing she adored Stu’s personality and their strong connection.

“At the end of the day, you just need someone who makes you laugh and makes you happy,” Sophie told Lisa.

“I know some of the other guys might have been good for me on paper, but chemistry is everything. I really wanted to think with my head but I just couldn’t help it,” the singer explained.

“I said I want someone down-to-earth and normal but I meant someone out of the industry and someone who doesn’t have a big ego and that isn’t narcissistic. I didn’t mean a construction worker, which I could have gone but there was no one on there. If you feel something, you can’t deny it.”

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