Wildcard Cameron Daddo was the first celebrity to be eliminated from the competition. After dancing the Tango, the actor received a total of 23 from the judges - a five/ten from Todd McKenney, and sixes from Helen Richey, Paul Mercurio, and Mark Wilson.
With the second lowest score, in the end, the audience votes couldn't save Cameron, and he had to part with his dancing shoes.
Gogglebox alum Angie Kent was the second celebrity eliminated from Dancing With The Stars.
First appearing on the competition in 2020, the reality star donned her dancing shoes once more this year.
Performing the Cha-Cha, Angie received a combined score of 25 from the judges, a six/ten from Todd McKenney, a five from Helen Richey, and sevens from Paul Mercurio and Mark Wilson.
After the audience had their say, it was Angie who was sadly sent home.
After dancing the Samba with an old-school twist, and a cane to boot, Bridie received an eight/ten from Todd McKenney, nines from Helen Richey and Paul Mercurio, and a 10 from Mark Wilson.
Despite the high score of 36 placing her third on the full-time leaderboard, Bridie was ranked lower by the audience. The actress then had to battle it out with a Salsa against Anthony Koutoufides for a spot in the competition.
In the end, all four judges voted for Anthony to go through to the semi-final, meaning Bridie's time in the competition came to an end.
Speaking with New Idea following her exit, Bridie confessed she felt "really uncomfortable" during her time on the show.
“I’m not a celebrity, I’m an actor, and I felt far more absolutely this series that I was in the world of reality television," the star said. "I find that very uncomfortable because I don’t want to be a reality television star.
"I’m Bridie Carter the actor who wants to tell stories and connect with people at home, that’s my world. I think a lot of people there were more familiar with that world and, for me, I didn’t feel like I fitted in at all."
Sunrise weatherman Sam Mac was the fourth celebrity to part with his dancing shoes.
Despite being deemed a cross between "Mick Jagger and John Cleese" after performing the Jive, Sam's dance skills proved worlds away from the other contestants.
The presenter ended the night with a total score of 19, receiving fours from Todd McKenney and Mark Wilson, a six from Helen Richey, and a five from Paul Mercurio.
Landing in the bottom two with Deni Hines, the two wildcards were tasked with performing a Salsa for their spot in the competition.
Despite Helen choosing to save Sam for his "entertainment value", the other judges were unanimous in their decision to put Deni through, meaning the weatherman's time on the dance floor came to an end.
After an emotional performance paying tribute to her late father, Morning Show host Kylie Gillies changed gears to perform an upbeat Samba.
While she received a total of 34 from the judges, earning eights from Todd and Mark, and nines from Helen and Paul, the presenter was ranked lower by the audience and landed in the bottom three alongside Anthony Koutoufides and Kris Smith.
In what was a double eviction, Kylie just missed out competing in the grand final as Kris was saved by the judges.
Former Australian Rules footballer Anthony Koutoufides was back to defend his title after winning the Mirror Ball trophy in 2006.
His Quickstep garnered him a total score of 35, earning eights from Todd and Helen, a 10 from Paul, and a nine from Mark.
After the audience had their say, Kouta joined the bottom three with Kylie and Kris. With his Salsa not enough to save him, the retired athlete had to part with his dancing shoes.
While the judges agreed his Viennese Waltz was his strongest dance so far, the competition was too stiff for Neighbours alum Rob Mills.
Earning eights from Todd and Helen and nines from Paul and Mark, the actor ended the night in the bottom three alongside Deni Hines and Olympia Valance.
After dancing a Salsa for his place in the competition, the judges ultimately decided it was Deni who should go through to the final, meaning Rob's time on the dance floor was up.
In what was deemed one of the best Foxtrot's in the competition, Olympia Valance ended her performance with a 10 from Paul, and nines from the remaining judges.
The high score, however, was not enough to keep her out of the bottom three once the audience had their say - meaning the actress was also tasked with dancing a Salsa to advance in the competition.
Both Paul and Mark chose Olympia's Salsa as being worthy of the grand final, but Helen and Todd favoured Deni's. Considering Todd got the final decision, the former missed out the mirror ball.