About $140,000 has been raised for the Cancer Council in a night of talent and entertainment.
The Stars of Dubbo Dance for Cancer was held at the Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre on Saturday night.
Local stars put their dance skills to the test with nine performances in front of the sold-out crowd and a panel of judges.
Andrew Bassett was crowned as the winner on the night by half a point.
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But Cancer Council Western NSW community relations coordinator Brendon Argyle said it was hard to single out any individual.
"Honestly, you could pick any one of them and say 'that was my favourite because...," he said.
"We had childcare worker Holly Campbell lifted in the air and thrown up so she looked like she was flying. We had Andrew Bassett from Fitness Focus lifted on top of the shoulders of his dancers and then someone on his shoulders. He was the winner based on his technical stuff, like his backflips and his massive energy."
The showgirls Rose Wake and Josie Anderson took their inspiration from Ru Paul, Marathon Health danced their hearts out, Jacob Willets channelled Freddie Mercury and Allison Harland was all about Queen of the Desert Priscilla.
As for the Dads of Dads, their act went for 15 minutes.
"They enjoyed it so much, they were having a ball, living their childhood dreams out. Their last four minutes when they got all their kids up... even now it's getting me a bit chocked up," Mr Argyle said.
He said it was great for the kids to see their dads getting so involved in the community.
"My favourite on the night - not that we're allowed to have favourites - was Jackie Lindsay. She had bunged her back up the day before, but she got through it. For me, her dance was the tightest and her back up dancer were all on point," Mr Argyle said.
"Every time you thought she was finished the music would go again and nobody wanted the act to be over."
The Dads of Dance were awarded a prize for raising the most money at $28,000, while the Stars' Star went to the showgirls.
Mr Argyle said despite being so busy in the lead up to the event, Ms Wake and Ms Anderson kept "showing up, doing things and being involved".
There was an incredible sense of community among the participants and dance schools this year. When the showgirls didn't have any costumes two days out the Western Studios of Performing Arts from Cobar offered some, then when their group didn't have a space to perform, Stepping Out Dance Factory provided one.
"Dubbo is such a great city because it still feels like a country town," Mr Argyle said.