From the Bay to the Ball room, Ada will soon be trading in the sun and sand for bright lights and stage floors. The Home And Away star first appeared on the show's 2005 season, where she and her partner Aric (whom she will be teaming up with again!) won the "Champion of Champions" title that year.
Fifi Box first broke the news that she will be appearing on the new season to her Fox listeners. The popular radio host starred in the show’s season six, and narrowly missed out on winning the title. She was runner up to singer Kate Ceberano.
He was the show's Champion in season two, and this time Tom Willams will make his way back into the ballroom with new dance partner Alexandra. In his original season, Tom and his dance partner Kym won over Ian Roberts and Holly. The pair received perfect scores for their Quickstep and their iconic Freestyle.
She's shown what she’s made of on SAS Australia, and now Schapelle Corby is ready to give it her all on the dance floor! And unlike the other contestants, Schapelle is a fresh face on the show - which will surely shake things up.
Bec Hewitt 17 years since her triumphant victory on the debut season, the 37-year-old is set to make a dazzling comeback to the highly-anticipated Dancing With The Stars: All Stars series.
Technically a trained dancer, it came as no surprise in 2004 when a then-Bec Cartwright and her dance partner Michael Mizner took out the top spot beating One Nation politician Pauline Hanson to take home the Mirrorball trophy. Can she do it again?
He first showed us his moves on the dancefloor back in 2009, when he placed seventh, and now Lincoln Lewis is set to shimmy his way back into the spotlight on the latest season of Dancing with the Stars.
Taking to Instagram after the network confirmed the news, the 33-year-old quipped about his appearance on the show, writing: "Two left feet here we goooo!"
Jamie Durie will burn up the ballroom with Melbourne-based dancer and Burn The Floor star Siobhan Power, 14 years after originally storming the show in 2007.
The veteran host came seventh in the show's sixth season, with Kate Ceberano taking the crown, but this time, a rejuvenated – and recently engaged – Jamie won't let the coveted disco ball trophy slip from his hands that easily.
Model and actress Jessica Gomes is set to take the dance floor by storm as a wild card participant. The 35-year-old is best known for gracing the covers of glossies like InStyle, Harper's Bazaar, Maxim and Cleo.
She was also an ambassador for David Jones from 2013-2019 and most recently starred in the Netflix movie Tigertail.
When he's not cooking up a storm in a kitchen, French-Australian chef Manu has been known to hit the dance floor. And, let the record show, he's not too shabby.
The 46-year-old danced his way to victory back in 2011 on the 11th season of Dancing With The Stars, competing against the likes of Samantha Armytage, Brynne Edelsten and Lara Bingle (Worthington).
It may as well be a full blown Home and Away cast reunion - Luke, who is currently making a comeback on the Aussie soap, is also making a comeback on Dancing - he won the whole season in 2008. Can he do it again?
Erin ripped up the D floor on season 12 back in 2012, and after going against the odds on Seven's SAS Australia, the dancing odds may just be in her favour.
While her TV home was technically the aptly named House Rules, Kyly is ready to give Dancing another shot after being voted out in the 2014 season.
From reality TV, to radio, back to reality TV - former Bachelor Matty J is certainly no stranger to the limelight. He's been pulled as a wildcard in Channel Seven's new All Stars season.
The Voice's Renee has already taken centre stage on a talent show - so how difference can a dancefloor be? She's a wildcard set to join the allums in the new season of Dancing.