She finished runner-up in the 2007 season of Dancing with the Stars.
In 2005, Box and Sheargold released The Shebang: Rebanged!, an audio highlights compilation album.
Box has appeared in seven episodes of Thank God You're Here in 2006/2007.
On 29 November, 2006, the Herald Sun reported that Box and Sheargold had filmed a chat show television pilot of "The Shebang" called The Late Night Little Big Show with comedians Glenn Robbins and Tony Martin. The Herald Sun also reported that the Ten Network wanted Box to co-host its new game show, The Con.Test, on the strength of her recent appearances on Thank God You're Here, but the job eventually went to Box's Triple M colleague, Brigitte Duclos.
On 6 December 2006, the The Daily Telegraph reported that Box is understood to have signed a new contract with Triple M worth $AUD500,000 a year, making her one of the highest paid women on Australian radio. The article also reported that Wil Anderson would fillThe Shebang's drive time slot when it replaced The Cage in Sydney in 2007. on 14 December Austereo confirmed that The Shebang would move to the morning shift for Triple M Sydney in 2007 and that Wil Anderson had taken over the drive-time shift from 1 April 2007.
Box was the third and final key presenter alongside Adam Hills and Dave Hughes at the 2007 Logie Awards. Box was also part of the cast for the pilot of Mick Molloy's new comedy show The Nation on the Nine Network.
In August 2007, Box became a spokesperson for Rio Underwear.