Dancing With The Stars: All Stars strut their stuff

The Dancing With The Stars: All Stars dance-off is in full swing, with the second group of celebrities hitting the dance floor tonight. 

The floor was on fire as seven stars found their feet to impress our audience and judges, while the dancing celebrities from Sunday night watched their competitors from the Sky Lounge. 

After winning Season 3 ofDancing With The Stars,Home and Away star Ada Nicodemou is back to take out the mirror ball trophy once again, opening the show with an enthusiastic cha cha. The judges praised Ada for her “super performance” and she landed a total score of 30. 

Next, Luke Jacobz showcased an incredibly powerful tango to the sound of Feels So Close, scoring a total score of 31. 

Wildcard Renee Bargh and her partner sizzled on the dance floor, with judge Todd McKenney posing the question “who is the professional and who is the amateur?”. They received the top score of the night with 36 for their cha cha. 

With a side of elegance, Manu Feildel and Jamie Durie both performed the foxtrot as judges and audiences gave them scores of 23 for Manu and 28 for Jamie. 

Taking to the dance floor for the first time was wildcard Jessica Gomes. The judges sensed “trust and passion” between Jessica and her partner as they swept around the stage performing the Viennese waltz. 

Unfortunately, Erin McNaught was the latest Dancing With The Stars: All Stars casualty as she found herself in the bottom two after a Viennese waltz. 

The final scores tonight were: 

Renee Bargh and Jarryd Byrne – 36

Luke Jacobz and Jorja Freeman – 31

Ada Nicodemou and Aric Yegudkin – 30

Jamie Durie and Siobhan Power – 28

Jessica Gomes and Lyu Masuda – 28

Erin McNaught and Julian Caillon – 26 

Manu Feildel and Katrina Patchett – 23