Not only has Kristy Sellars got talent - she earnt a spot on a national television show to showcase her poledancing routine just six months after giving birth to her third child.
The former Warrnambool woman, who has a franchise of 17 PhysiPole studios across Australia, will appear on Sunday's episode of Australia's Got Talent.
Miss Sellars said it was a great way to show the diversity of pole dancing as a form of dance and fitness.
"It's nice to be able to share a new type of act," Miss Sellars said.
"Pole dancing is just as versatile as any other form of dancing."
Miss Sellars has always loved dancing and before finding pole dancing trained mainly in hip hop.
"I fell in love with it (poledancing)," Miss Sellars said.
"It's the best workout I've done and the most fun.
Miss Sellars said not only did she become addicted to pole dancing, she noticed a change in her body.
"It's such a fun way to get fit," she said.
Miss Sellars said it was a great way to build confidence.
"The transformations we see at the studios - not just physical but mental transformations - are incredible."
Miss Sellars said it was a challenge to get back into pole dancing just months after her son Ollie was born.
"I heard about the auditions and I thought 'what a great way to push myself to get back in shape'.
"It's great to share your passion with people and I love performing."
Miss Sellars has dedicated time each day to train and work on her routine while running her franchise of 17 studios and caring for her three children - Rylie, 7, Mason, 19 months, and Ollie, six months. She now lives in Ballarat but regularly visits her franchise studios around Australia and her father Frank McCarthy in Warrnambool.
Since Ollie was born she has lost 20 kilograms and regained core strength to perform her challenging pole dancing workouts.
Miss Sellars opened her first studio in Warrnambool 10 years ago.
She has won a number of poledancing competitions in her career, including the Pole Art Championship at the International Pole Championships in Hong Kong.
In addition to training, Miss Sellars said nutrition was a huge part of her preparation for competitions such as Australia's Got Talent.
PhysiPole Studios is Australia's largest pole and aerials studio in Australia.
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