David Seymour has teamed up with Max Key, son of former Prime Minister John Key, in an Instagram video called Dancing With The Stars: Expectations vs. Reality.
In the video, Key dresses in drag and waltzes around a dance floor with Seymour to Celine Dion's 'My Heart Will Go On'.
When the track changes to Kendrick Lamar's 'King's Dead', the pair don neon outfits and show off an array of hip hop dance moves that include body-rolling and twerking.
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The aspiring DJ and vlogger captioned the video: ""Hahaha this video speaks for itself, but had a blast making this with the man, the myth and the legend himself!!"
Endorsing David's Dancing With The Stars NZ effort, he added: "Make sure to tag your mates and vote for David".
At the end of the video, the text on screen reads "#VOTEFORKEY2044" alluding to the possibility of Key one day following in his father's political footsteps.
The video has been viewed over 10,000 times, drawing comments from fans and Kiwi celebrities alike.
Boxer Monty Betham commented: "Take a bow, both of you."
Electronic R&B duo Jupiter Project also chimed in: "Too good!! Someone should've got you on this show."
Some viewers weren't quite as complimentary. "This burned my eyes," one commenter wrote.
"Why is his name David Seymour, cause I sure as hell don't wanna see more, I wanna see less," said another.