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Dancing With The Stars

We finally have a Dancing With The Stars: All Stars premiere date, so mark your calendars

It's coming much sooner than expected!

By Maddison Leach
Dancing With The Stars fans rejoice! We finally have a premiere date for the show's latest All Stars season, and it's so much sooner than expected.
Channel Seven today announced that the show will be returning to screens on Sunday, February 20 with a line-up of previous winners and fan favourites.
"Dust off those dancing shoes because the shining stars, glittery costumes and magical moves are making their way back to the dancefloor for the second season of Dancing With The Stars: All Stars), premiering Sunday, 20 February on Channel 7 and 7plus," the network revealed.
Ricki-Lee is just one of the celebrities returning to the dancefloor for Dancing With The Stars: All Stars. (Image: Channel 7)
Hosted by Daryl Somers and Sonia Kruger, this new season will see 10 former DWTS winners, runners up and fan faves return to battle it out for the mirror ball trophy.
But they won't be alone on the dancefloor – four wild card contestants will also be competing!
Cameron Daddo, Deni Hines, Kris Smith and Sam Mac are this season's wild cards and we reckon they'll have their work cut out for them going up against some of the show's greats.
Returning winners include Anthony Koutoufides, Bridie Carter and David Rodan, while runner up Courtney Act and grand finalists Kylie Gillies and Ricki-Lee are also making a comeback.
WATCH: Cameron Daddo prepares for Dancing With The Stars. Story continues after video.
Though Angie Kent, Olympia Valance and Rob Mills didn't place in their seasons, the fan favourites have been asked back as well – just because we all love them so much.
"After weeks of intensive training, the most talented season of dancers ever to appear on the show will face the judgment of returning panel Todd McKenney, Helen Richey, Paul Mercurio and Mark Wilson," Seven added.
The star-studded cast is sure to keep fans mesmerised; in fact, Angie Kent confessed to Now To Love that even she was left in awe by some of her co-stars, like Courtney Act.
"I'm obsessed with her," Angie said. "I don't really get starstruck but when I met her I was like 'Oh my god'."
Even Cameron Daddo is lacing up his dancing shoes as a wild card contestant. (Image: Channel 7)
The last time Angie appeared on the show was in 2020 and she was "so stressed", coming into the competition off the back of her Bachelorette and I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! gigs.
This time she's ready to fully embrace the experience, adding: "I love dancing. I'm not good at it, but I love it."
Fortunately the fans love watching her and the other contestants dance their hearts out, even if they need a bit of practice!
Tune in to Dancing With The Stars: All Stars on Channel 7 and 7plus starting Sunday February 20.

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