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Dancing With The Stars

Cameron Daddo admits he set aside his "ego" to appear on Dancing with the Stars: All Stars

''Maybe as a middle aged man, I can learn to let go of all my insecurities.''

By Alana Mazzoni
Cameron Daddo has admitted he let go of all self-doubt before taking part in the upcoming season of Dancing with the Stars: All Stars.
The television personality revealed he loved to dance as a young boy yet became "full of judgement and fear" over the discipline as he got older.
"You couldn't get me on a dance floor without several strong ones. Soo… maybe as a middle aged man, I can learn to let that go of all my insecurities, judgy [sic] thoughts and ego crap," he wrote on Instagram.
"I guess you're gonna be witness to something that's a little bit deeper than charging for a Mirror Ball."
Cameron Daddo has shared a sweet tribute to his Dancing With The Stars partner Megan Wragg ahead of his debut on the 2022 All Stars season. (Image: Instagram)
Cameron also shared a sweet tribute to his Dancing With The Stars partner Megan Wragg ahead of his debut on the dancefloor.
"Whilst we are in early days of our friendship, I can say she is patient, persistent, relentless in her passion for dance, she is kind, funny and yes… patient," he gushed.
"I am so grateful to have her as my partner."
Cameron is one of four "wildcards" entering the competition, where favourites from past seasons will take on newbies who have never stepped onto the dancefloor before.
Cameron is one of four "wildcards" entering the competition. (Pictured with wife Ali). (Image: Instagram)
The father-of-two will be joined by beloved Sunrise weatherman Sam Mac, singing legend Deni Hines and former footballer-turned-model Kris Smith.
Coming back for a second shot at the coveted Mirror Ball trophy is Grant Denyer and Bridie Carter, who won in 2006 and 2007 respectively, and former AFL player David Rodan, who was victorious in 2014.
Season 5 winner Anthony Koutoufides is also back for another chance to take home the win, after making his debut on the dance floor in 2006.
Former Bachelorette and Gogglebox star Angie Kent will be hitting the dance floor once more, after she first appeared on season 17 in 2020, while entertainer Courtney Act, who first appeared on season 16 in 2019, is also back for redemption.
Cameron is joined by Sam Mac, Courtney Act, Kylie Gillies, Grant Denyer, Angie Kent, Ricki Lee Coulter, Rob Mills, Kris Smith, Olympia Valance, Deni Hines, David Rodan, Anthony Koutoufides and Bridie Carter. (Image: Seven)
Former Australian Idol star Rob Mills is returning after finishing second last back in 2009.
Also returning to the dancefloor for a second time is Morning Show host Kylie Gillies, singer Ricki Lee Coulter and model Olympia Valance.
Daryl Somers and Sonia Kruger will return as hosts, while Todd McKenney, Helen Richey, Paul Mercurio and Mark Wilson will all be back on the judging panel.

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