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Photos: Queen of the Court 2016 (Week 1 & 2)

Queen of the Court 2016 continued this week for round 2, where the queens and king were assigned group numbers and had to show off their comedy chops and avoid elimination for the first time this year.

Congratulations to Donna Kebab for winning the second round, and to Ana Falaksis for her win in the first week with her dance and country numbers!

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Check out some snaps from the first two weeks at Queen of the Court 2016. Don’t miss next week, when the competitors have to serve up a fully realised head-to-toe look and play some ridiculous games to avoid getting the chop before the final round in the fourth week.

Queen of the Court continues at The Court Hotel, Wednesday November 9th at 8pm.

 

Photos:- Charlie Perth

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