Megan Stein
February 27, 2018 11:00 AM

Move over Fredrik Eklund — there’s a new Bravo dance master.

The Million Dollar Listing New York star and his BFF Bethenny Frankel have teamed up for a new series, Bethenny & Fredrik, where the two buy and renovate a Manhattan townhouse. On this week’s episode, the pals take a trip to the Real Housewives of New York City cast member’s Hamptons house, where, after ending their property search for the day, things take a very interesting turn after

One of Frankel’s assistants takes the evening up a notch by kicking off a spirited dance competition. She removes her jacket and uses a cocktail shaker to pour some beverages down her front (“She gets points for the shaking,” Frankel says), while another of their co-workers tries bringing home the win with a little twerking. “Julie’s dance is commitment,” Frankel notes.

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Another member of the group uses a chair as a prop, but ignores requests to take his pants off.

“The stakes are going higher and higher,” Eklund jokes.

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Although all of the contenders were noteworthy, it was Frankel who gave the most memorable performance.

“Sit back,” she warns her onlookers. Despite wearing a dress, she proceeds to do a handstand — which she finishes with an upside-down split — and completes her set by showing off her white thong.

“Some people may say I shake it like a white girl,” she says. “But, you know, I’m white.”

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This isn’t the first time the friends showed off their moves for their new series. After the news was announced, they took to the streets of New York to shake their “groove thing” and give viewers a taste of just what to expect.

For the full festivities, watch the video above and tune into Bethenny & Fredrik Tuesdays at 10:00 p.m. EST on Bravo.

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