The Dancing with the Stars judges have made their debut in a real estate ad spinning and bickering their way through it.
Julz Tocker, Rachel White and Camilla Sacre-Dallerup arrive at a 1910s bungalow on Roland Rd in Greenhithe in a sporty black Mustang lent to them by another real estate agent.
Their paid part in the ad was filmed on Monday - the morning after the show ended and the same day they returned to Los Angeles. The grand final was on Sunday night with Sam Hayes and her dancing partner Aaron Gilmour taking home the glitter ball trophy.
In the ad, the trio look around the property before giving their verdict on the property to host and Bayleys Long Bay selling agent Jadyn Dixon.
They bicker over the best thing about the property - whether it's the deck, the park-like backyard or its cosy charming character - before all giving an overwhelmingly positive verdict, saying they were all sold on it.
Dixon, who wrote and produced the ad gave them the script ahead of time, said he didn't mind if they ad-libbed as long it included the main points about the property. He enlisted the help of videographer Calum Davies who he uses for all his ads.
"I said I want you guys to be yourself. I don't want this to be some fake scripted thing. I just want you guys to kind of let it run the way you see fit.
"We did a few things improv on the day that kind of just felt right and worked well and we had a bit of a laugh and fun from there."
Dixon, who is also a ballroom dancer and attends Limelight Studio which is run by professional dancers Jonny and Kristie Williams who were both on this year's show, said he came up with the idea about three weeks ago when he was trying to think of ways to get more people through the house.
Dixon had briefly met White before through dancing and had also had a dance lesson with Tocker years earlier, which he said made the initial approach a bit easier.
Once they agreed, he then had to working around their busy schedules and clear it with MediaWorks.
"I had them picked up and dropped off to their hotel and everything done within the hour.
"It was very very quick because obviously I had to work within a tight schedule."
"We wanted to get it out as soon as possible given the show's just finished so it is a lot more current in the media.
"It was just a matter of getting it out like that. There was just a lot of planning and then the idea part just come to me. I was like let's make it happen, let's try - if you don't ask you don't get."
The owner was home at the time and had been impressed with how down to earth the judges were, he said.
"It all just turned went really well and turned out to be a really cool video and I'm really happy with it."
Dixon said he always tried to make his video interesting to generate as much interest in the property as possible and thought the DWTS theme was a good match for the classical, older style home with quality and charm.
"You have to be different in this day and age. If you do the same as everyone else you have already lost."
A MediaWorks spokesperson confirmed producers were aware of the ad.