Seven has announced the cast for the new season of Dancing With The Stars.
Taking to the dance floor are international supermodel, a global chart topper, an NRL legend, an AFL star, two Olympians, a 1970s pop
idol and two Summer Bay favourites.
The cast comprises of
Ricki-Lee – Singer/Songwriter, dancing with Jarryd Bryne
Ashley Hart – Supermodel, partnered with Julz Tocker making his DWTS debut
Torah Bright – Olympic snowboarding champion, dancing with newcomer, Robbie Kmetoni
Kyly Clarke – Presenter/Model, partnered by Damian Whitewood
April Rose Pengilly– Actress, dancing with Aric Yegudkin
Lynne McGranger – Home and Away actress, partnered by Carmelo Pizzino
Eamon Sullivan – Olympic swimmer, dancing with Ash-Leigh Hunter
Pauly Fenech – Actor/Comedian teaming up with Alana Patience
Matt Cooper – NRL Legend, dancing with Masha Belash
David Rodan – AFL Star, partnered by Melanie Hooper
Tai Hara – Actor from Home and Away, paired with DWTS newcomer Jorja Freeman
Mark Holden – 1970s Pop Idol, to dance with Jessica Prince
Daniel Mcpherson and Edwina Bartholomew will return along with Todd McKenney, Helen Richey, Kym Johnson and Adam Garcia on the judging panel.
Seven’s Director of Production, Brad Lyons, said: “It’s an extraordinary cast this season. We love having Dancing in the prime time schedule. It’s a show the whole family can look forward to.”
FremantleMedia Australia’s Director of Television, Jonathon Summerhayes, says: “We are very excited to be producing such an iconic program for Seven.”
Dancing with The Stars will return soon to Seven it’s expected to air on Tuesday nights from September 16th.