Zac Stenmark and injured dance partner Jade Hatcher.
Zac Stenmark and injured dance partner Jade Hatcher. Channel 7.

Stenmark supermodel twins keen to venture into television

AUSTRALIA hasn't seen the last of the Stenmark twins.

Supermodel brothers Zac and Jordan plan to explore their options on TV and in film following their stint on Dancing With The Stars.

The 21-year-olds were scouted on a school study camp and were quickly snapped up by fashion designer Tom Ford.

They have since graced the pages of glossy magazines and walked the catwalk for Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren and David Jones.

The Stenmarks made their Aussie TV debut as guests in an episode of Australia's Next Top Model earlier this year.

"We love exploring every option from TV to film, and there's been interest in both," Zac told APN.

"When we started modeling we got this amazing opportunity with Tom Ford and what we took from it was take every opportunity and go into everything with an open mind. You never know where it can lead you and we try to carry that through into everything we do."

While Jordan was the first to be eliminated from this year's celebrity ballroom competition, Zac was only eliminated from the Top 6 last night.

And he might have lasted even longer on the show if it wasn't for the accidental injury of his dance partner Jade Hatcher in yesterday's final rehearsals.

"It's a bit of relief that I don't have to do two dances tomorrow, but I'm a sad," he said.

"I was really loving learning everything. I wanted to try to go as far as I could and say I had a go at every dance."

The increased workload from two shows a week is clearly taking its toll on the celebrities and their professional partners.

Zac describes Hatcher's injury as "a freak accident".

"It's one of those things; we're all sleep deprived because of the hectic nature of the show," he said.

"It was the wrong time that I was really there or whatever, and I feel absolutely horrible about it. Hopefully I can repay Jade in some way."

He tips Aussie darling Tina Arena to win the show.

"She brings her personality to every character she plays in the dance," he said.

"That's the x factor you need to show it's you and not just some character. She just goes for it and I think she's a great person."

Dancing With The Stars airs Sundays at 6.30pm and Tuesdays at 7.30pm on Channel 7.

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