A journalist, fitness trainer, beauty therapist, radio host, netballer, detective, pub manager, firefighter, physiotherapist and winery owner walk onto a dance floor.
It may sound like the beginning of a bad joke, but for these 10 Border stars, raising money for Cancer Council NSW is no laughing matter.
They have been announced as this year's stars for the Border Dance for Cancer when the seventh annual event returns on May 1.
Journalist Jodie Bruton, who will be representing The Border Mail,said she was equal parts thrilled and terrified to join Stars of the Border 2020.
Coming up to her 20th year of working on the newspaper, Bruton said it was timely to shake things up.
"As a born and bred Riverina farm girl, I rouseabout far better than I rumba, but it's good to get out of your comfort zone every now and then," she said.
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Mum to two dance-obsessed daughters, aged 9 and 13, Bruton said she had a good support crew at home.
"When they found out the genre I would be dancing, the youngest was elated but the eldest was, rightly, very concerned," Bruton said.
Having lost family, work colleagues and friends to the dreaded disease motivated Bruton to raise money for the Cancer Council.
"In 2019, The Border Mail lost former photographer and entertainment writer, Peter Batson, who was a great friend and mentor to many including myself," she said.
Tim Farrelly, F45 Training Albury, Desiree Georgiou, Fashion Fingers, Jess Pantou, Hit104.9, Georgie Bruce, Corowa Rutherglen Football Netball Club, Graeme Simpfendorfer, Wodonga CIU, Bart Furst, Beer Deluxe Albury, Steve Hayes, NSW Fire and Rescue, Mark Hilton, Back on Track Physiotherapy and Karen Crook, Posh Plonk Wine, will join Bruton and will aim to beat the 2019 total of $164,000.