It seems like it’s the year of all-star reality shows on Channel 7 — a celebrity edition of Big Brother is incoming, and now, an all-star lineup for the 2022 season of Dancing With The Stars has been announced which brings former winners, notable competitors and wildcards together for a shot at winning gold!
Hot off the (almost impossible to dance in) heels of a successful 2021 All Star season that saw former Home and Away star and 2008 winner Luke Jacobz take home another coveted mirror ball trophy, Dancing With The Stars will return next year with hosts Daryl Somers and Sonia Kruger back at the helm.
Angus Ross, Seven Network’s Programming Director said the inaugural All Stars season was the “perfect mix of entertainment, celebrity and fierce competition” which made it an immediate hit nationwide.
“We have a fantastic cast ready to hit the dancefloor for season two,” he said. “With a history of multiple perfect scores in the ranks, it’s going to be a brilliant series.”
Excited? We know we are, so keep reading to find out if your favourite mover and shaker will be returning to the famed dancefloor!
Grant Denyer – TV personality
Season 4 winner (2006)
Bridie Carter – Actor
Season 7 winner (2007)
David Rodan – AFL star
Season 14 winner (2014)
Anthony Koutoufides – AFL star
Season 5 winner (2006)
Ricki-Lee Coulter – Singer-songwriter
Season 14 second runner-up (2014)
Kylie Gillies – The Morning Show host
Season 9 second runner-up (2009)
Courtney Act – Entertainer
Season 16 runner-up (2019)
Olympia Valance – Actor
Season 16 contestant (2019)
Angie Kent – Reality TV star
Season 17 contestant (2020)
Rob Mills – Actor and entertainer
Season 9 contestant (2009)
Cameron Daddo – Actor
Sam Mac – Sunrise weatherman
Kris Smith – Model and presenter
Deni Hines – Musician
Stay tuned, because Dancing With The Stars: All Stars 2022 is coming to Channel 7 and 7Plus very soon!
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