Dancing With The Stars: All Stars returns for a second season
Hot on the heels of its successful 2021 season, the Seven Network today announced the star-studded cast for the second season of Dancing With The Stars: All Stars returning to Channel 7 and 7plus in 2022.
Hosted by Daryl Somers and Sonia Kruger, Dancing With The Stars: All Stars features DWTS royalty – including winners, finalists and all-time fan favourites – competing alongside four wildcard entrants for the prestigious mirror ball trophy.
Returning Dancing With The Stars series winners including TV personality Grant Denyer (Season 4, 2006), actress Bridie Carter (Season 7, 2007) and former AFL players David Rodan (Season 14, 2014) and Anthony Koutoufides (Season 5, 2006) are firm favourites heading into the second season, but can they reproduce their winning style up against their new competition?
Other returning All Stars looking to claim victory include singer-songwriter Ricki-Lee (Season 14, 2014), The Morning Show co-host Kylie Gillies (Season 9, 2009) and entertainer Courtney Act (Season 16, 2019).
Also putting their best foot forward in this hotly contested competition are actress Olympia Valance (Season 16, 2019), reality TV star Angie Kent (Season 17, 2020) and actor and entertainer Rob Mills (Season 9, 2009).
This season’s wildcard entrants are Sunrise weatherman Sam Mac, model and TV presenter Kris Smith, music artist Deni Hines and actor Cameron Daddo, who are set to shimmy and shake things up as the dancefloor’s dark horses.
The first season of All Stars was the perfect mix of entertainment, celebrity and fierce competition, proving a stand-out hit with Australian audiences.Angus Ross, Seven Network Programming Director
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.
Todd McKenney, Helen Richey, Paul Mercurio and Mark Wilson will make a welcome return to the Dancing With The Stars: All Stars judging panel.
Dancing With The Stars: All Stars is produced by Warner Bros International Television Production Australia and BBC Studios, from a format created by the BBC and distributed by BBC Studios.