Hot on the heels of its successful 2021 season, Channel Seven has announced the star-studded cast for the second season.
On Sunday, the network revealed that Sonia Kruger and Daryl Somers will both return as host for another All stars season set to air early next year.
The upcoming series will feature DWTS royalty including past winners, finalists and all-time fan favourites.
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Returning to the dance floor is Grant Denyer, who won the 2006 series, actress Bridie Carter, who won in 2007 and former AFL players, David Rodan (2014) and Anthony Koutoufides (2006).
Other celebs looking to claim victory include former Bachelorette Angie Kent, singer Ricki-Lee Coulter, Rob Mills and model Kris Smith.
Also putting their best foot forward is actress Olympia Valance, and former Australian Idol star Rob Mills.
Fit and active: Former footballer-turned-model Kris Smith, 43, (pictured) will show off recently transformed buff physique on the upcoming series
This season’s wildcard entrants are Sam Mac, Deni Hines and Home and Away star Cameron Daddo, who are set to shimmy and shake things up as this season’s dance floor dark horses.
Seven Network Programming Director, Angus Ross, said: ‘The first season of All Stars was the perfect mix of entertainment, celebrity and fierce competition, proving a stand-out hit with Australian audiences.
‘We have a fantastic cast ready to hit the dancefloor for season two. With a history of multiple perfect scores in the ranks, it’s going to be a brilliant series.’
Taking to the dance floor! Sunrise weatherman Sam Mac (pictured) announced on Friday that he is starring on the upcoming season of the dancing competition
On Friday, Sunrise weatherman Sam Mac also revealed he would be taking part in DWTS alongside Grant Denyer.
He told viewers that he will be taking part in the upcoming season of the star-studded competition as a wildcard contestant, and introduced his professional dance partner, Ruby Gherbaz.
He asked her: ‘I dance on Sunrise a lot as our viewers would know. How do you feel about taking someone who is a wildcard to get onto the show and do the real deal?
Ready to boogie! The Morning Show co-host Kylie Gillies, 54, (pictured) is among other famous faces also returning on the show
High hopes: ‘My heart wants to do it, I just hope my body can keep up, that’s my big worry after not doing it for 12 years and basically living quiet a sedate lifestyle, but it’s so far so good,’ she said on Friday’s Sunrise
‘I don’t know if Australia is ready for you, Sam. I actually don’t know, I’m speechless just looking at you,’ she laughed.
Ruby, who has appeared on past seasons of DWTS, advised him to ‘hold on tight’ ahead of their training sessions.
Meanwhile, Kylie Gillies, 54, is among other famous faces also returning on the show.
‘My heart wants to do it, I just hope my body can keep up, that’s my big worry after not doing it for 12 years and basically living quiet a sedate lifestyle, but it’s so far so good,’ she said on Friday’s Sunrise.
Dancing With The Stars: All Stars Returns in 2022 on Channel 7 and 7plus
Winners are grinners! Dancing With The Stars returned to Channel Seven with the revamped All Stars format earlier this year after two seasons away on Channel 10. Former Home and Away actor Luke Jacobz won the season