His partner for the sixth series was actress Gillian Taylforth; the couple was voted out in week 2.
In March 2007 Du Beke was a contestant on the BBC Two series The Underdog Show and was paired with homeless dog Ginger, they were eliminated in week three of the competition.
She would later relocate to Los Angeles, California for her career.
In 2017, she began dating Fa Ze Banks; they are known as Balissa.
In 2009, he presented the UK version of Hole in the Wall, for the BBC, replacing Dale Winton after being a team captain in 2008. The school was run by Beryl Holton together with her mother Velda and later with her husband Stephen Turner. He had three partners during these formative years before the Holton School of Dancing closed in 1987 when Beryl and Stephen Turner moved with his banking career to Dorset.
In November 2017, du Beke released his debut studio album, From the Top, on Polydor Records. Du Beke left school at 16 to follow an amateur dancing career. Whilst he danced during the evenings and at weekends he had a day job as a salesman in "The Bed Post" in Petts Wood, South London where he was known as Tony Beke.