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This year’s Dancing With The Stars: All-Star cast is filled with celebrities who are returning to fight for the one and only Mirror Ball trophy. 

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The sequin-loving TV show is back on Channel Seven, where it originally aired between 2004 and 2016 so it will be interesting to see the celebrities refine their coordination and get back into the flow of a pas de deux.

The celebrities are sure to face highs and lows as they dance battle for the converted title that will cement their standing as one of the series’ most iconic contestants.

Scroll through to see which celebs are going to stand in the DWTS spotlight for their encore performance. 

The radio presenter is excited to get back onto the dance floor. (Credit: Getty)

Fifi Box

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.” 

Will she be able to reclaim her win? (Credit: Getty)

Ada Nicodemou

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.

He is coming back for the win and to prove age is just a number. (Credit: Getty)

Tom Williams

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.

“Dancing with convicted drug smugglers.” (Credit: Instagram)

Schapelle Corby

From Bali jails to reality TV fame, this convicted drug smuggler is stepping onto the Dancing With The Stars stage to win the mirror trophy.

However, the Instagram announcement made by DWTS was met with angry criticism from fans of the show.

One commenter said, “So I can go to jail, then I’m considered a star? Geez, I really need to look at my life choices better..” and another fan posted, “Dancing with convicted drug smugglers? I’m out.”

It seems Schapelle will have to win over those less keen to watch her on their screens before the show even begins.

Her big return to the small screen. (Credit: Instagram)

Bec Hewitt

This former Home and Away star is returning to the small screen to samba her way to victory. 

In a clip teasing the star’s return to the show, the voice over says, “She hasn’t been seen on television in 16 years. Now, only one could bring Bec Hewitt.”

The last time Bec appeared on the show was in 2004 and she won the debut season alongside her partner Michael Miziner, who is married to Rachael Finch. 

“They get a kick out of seeing Uncle Linc.” (Credit: Instagram)

Lincoln Lewis

DWTS is slowly becoming a Home and Away reunion with heartthrob Lincoln Lewis joining the cast. 

It was all the way back in 2009 when the 33-year-old actor first appeared on the dancing series.

Although, fans of the show are excited for his return with one fan commenting on the Instagram announcement, “Yasss! Bloody excited to watch this,” Lincoln was not so sure if he would come back. 

He told The Courier Mail, “When they asked me I wasn’t sure because I’m not the most naturally gifted dancer, but the main reason for me right now is because I’ve got nephews and when I first did it I didn’t.”

But lucky for Australia he has signed on and he is now excited for his nephews to see him dance on TV.

“It’s a really cool thing when they get a kick out of seeing Uncle Linc on TV and listening to their dad (Mitch Lewis) on the radio, so if I can do something that’s fun and high energy and positive that they can watch, then that really got me,” he said. 

Jamie is concerned about the tough competition. (Credit: Instagram)

Jamie Durie

The last time the Australian TV host and designer appeared on DWTS was in 2007 on the sixth season of the show, and he made it to seventh place.

The former House Rules stars told Woman’s Day, “I’m thrilled to be returning to DWTS for this year’s All Stars season.”

“It’s been almost 14 years since I was last on the show, so I’m looking forward to dusting off my dancing shoes.”

“From the cast I’ve seen coming back again so far, I’m sure it’s going to be a tough competition,” he said.

Jamie has recently announced his engagement to his model girlfriend, Ameka Jane, 33, who will undoubtedly be cheering him on from the audience.

The stunning Jessica Gomes will also be taking to the dancefloor. (Credit: Instagram)

Jessica Gomes 

Australian top model and actress Jessica Gomes is use to performing on set but dancing on live TV is a whole other ball game. 

Jessica commented on Channel Seven’s Instagram announcement, “Skrtttt skrttttt,” in response to them calling her “one of our wildcards.”

The model spoke to The West Australian about why she chose to join the dance show after ten years of living in Los Angeles. 

“I just got back from LA and then my agent called and said, ‘Would you be interested in doing Dancing With the Stars: All Stars?’ and I thought, ‘Why not, it’ll be super fun.’” 

“Going from COVID in LA to then come home and do this, it’s actually been really good to get fit and do something fun with everyone and have a good time,” she said.

However, she shouldn’t be feeling too daunted because she already proved her dancing chops on the Korean DWTS in 2011, where she placed third.

“So excited.” (Credit: Instagram)

Kyly Clarke

Kyly is returning to the dance show after her debut appearance on the show in 2014.

The 39-year-old former model and TV presenter for The Weather Channel announced to The Daily Telegraph how she feels about joining the show.

“I am so excited to return to DWTS All Stars after eight years,” she said.

It’s such a fun show and I can’t wait to show Kelsey Lee what mum has been up to, and what you can achieve when you stay dedicated and committed,” Kyly continued. 

Matty with his daughter Marlie. (Credit: Instagram)

Matty “J” Johnson

Matty J is joining DWTS as a wildcard months after the birth of his second child, Lola Ellis.

Although the former Bachie hasn’t commented on his reasons to join the show, he has been spotted attending rehearsals over the past few weeks and was officially unveiled in the 2021 cast photo.

Erin with her dance partner Julian Caillon. (Credit: Instagram)

Erin McNaught

Channel Seven has compiled one of their most genetically blessed casts, with model Erin McNaught joining the stellar cast.

She took to Instagram to spill about her excitement to be a part of the show, and she even claims to be an “underdog.”

“Yesssss so excited to finally announce that I’m doing Dancing With The Stars ‘All Stars’ – Bringing back some of your faves from past seasons of @dancingau 😄🌟💃🏽🕺🏾💖 This lovely lad is @julian_caillon and he’s attempting to make the impossible possible by teaching me how to dance like a pro.

“I was the first celeb eliminated back in 2012 🙅🏽‍♀️🚫 and now I’m up against a whole bunch of past winners/runners up so am def the underdog.

BUT we’ve been working SO hard; and since the only way is up, I’ll be going big and reaching for the stars ✨🌟✨ Wish us luck!!! 🏆🏆🏆”

Hopefully this time Erin will be able to redeem herself. 

Renee already looks dance floor ready. (Credit: Instagram)

Renee Bargh

The Voice Australia’s Renee is taking a chance on DWTS to face perhaps her biggest adventure yet, dancing live on stage. 

Renee, 35, made a cryptic Instagram story post on her way from Byron Bay to Sydney, where the show is filmed. 

She wrote over a picture of the TV presenter at the airport, “Off on the next adventure… can’t wait to tell y’all what I’ve been up to.”

Manu is back for round two. (Credit: Instagram)

Manu Feildel

The My Kitchen Rules chef is returning to the show to defend his 2011 title.

It may be a surprise that the chef is already a show winner, but it seems the skill of dance is his secret weapon. 

Manu took to Instagram to announce his return, “It’s official! I’m joining the cast of this years Dancing with the Stars! How has it been 10 years since I was last competing on the show!? Can’t wait to show you all what @patchettkatrina and I have been training and working so hard on. Looking forward to winning that mirrorball again 😜#DancingAU.”

Home and Away may as well take the trophy. (Credit: Instagram)

Luke Jacobz

Well, if it isn’t another Home and Away actor? 

Maybe DWTS is just a fun excuse for the cast to band together and takes out all competition. 

Luke is another comeback kid to join the show after he won his season in 2008.

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