The much-loved radio presenter Fifi Box, 43, announced to her Fox listeners that she will be shimming onto the Dancing With The Stars: All-Stars set.
The last time the mum-of-two appeared on the show was in 2005, and on her stint, she got so close to winning the title, but unfortunately, she lost out to singer Kate Ceberano.
During her announcement, she told her co-hosts Nick Cody and Brendan Fevola that she is excited to put on her dancing shoes, as she has fond memories from her first experience on the show.
Fifi said, "It's been 14 years since I was on the dancefloor, it's a long time between dances... I am back baby!"
She added, "Being on Dancing With The Stars back in 2007, it was one of the highlights of my life. I loved it so much, it was this incredible experience."
Home and Away darling Ada Nicodemou is back to reclaim her position as a Dancing With The Stars champion as she attempts to get her hands back on the mirror ball trophy.
Ada won her season in 2005 with her dance partner Aric Yegudkin, and the actor revealed in an Instagram post that the duo will be reuniting for the show.
It has been announced that Tom Williams is returning to the show that made Australia fall in love with him 15 years ago.
Williams won his season in 2005, and he famously shocked mid-naughties Australians with his Joe Cocker's You Can Leave Your Hat On routine, which he performed with his dance partner and then-girlfriend, Kym Johnson.
The former TV star is now 50 and is coming back to show Australia that he can still peel off his shirt and take out the stiff competition.