Locals were wowed by the seven stars of Gunnedah when they took to the stage for the Cancer Council on Saturday.
More than 200 people came out for the dance for cancer fundraising event at the Gunnedah Town Hall, which has raised more than $30,000 so far.
Cancer Council North West's Katherine Welsh said it was "a spectacular night".
"We've hit $30,000 [for the Cancer Council]," Ms Welsh said.
"Given the current conditions, it's phenomenal."
Ms Welsh said the event was live-streamed on YouTube and was viewed by more than 600 people from all over the world, including India and the United States of America.
Cara Anderson took out the highest fundraiser and judges' choice awards, and Amelia Smith and Lizzy Bell won the people's choice award.
The dancing pair were not expecting to win anything.
"We were really surprised," Mrs Bell said.
"It was absolutely fantastic, we must've been really entertaining."
Mrs Bell and Ms Smith raised more than $6000 of the current fundraising total for the Cancer Council.
"Given the state of the community with not that much spare money going around, I think it's an incredible effort," Ms Bell said.