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WATCH: Zac Efron makes hunks envious with pole dancing skills

/ 08:29 AM June 03, 2017

Zac Efron is giving hunks a run for their money with his pole-dancing skills.

During an appearance on “The Graham Norton Show” on Saturday (Friday in the US), the “High School Musical” alumnus was challenged by Norton to re-create his photo-shoot balancing act at a parking area.

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With the dance anthem “Low” being played, Efron exhibited his muscular strength and impressed the show’s audience. Even Tom Cruise, who was also a guest, called Efron’s stunt “perfect.”

Despite his suave personality and macho appeal, Efron, 29, recently admitted that he still hasn’t found the perfect girl whom he could settle down with.

“I didn’t think much about settling down until recently,” Efron said in an interview with Cosmopolitan. “Now that I’m getting closer to my 30s, I’m around some great relationships and I’ve seen expert couples at work. I’m realizing that you have to find your own happiness before you can make somebody else happy.”

READ: Zac Efron: I’m ready to settle down, find ‘the one’

After joining Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s team in the film “Baywatch,” Efron will intrigue fans by playing as serial killer-rapist Ted Bundy in the upcoming biopic “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile.”  Gianna Francesca Catolico /ra

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