A new batch of celebrities have returned to Dancing With The Stars: All-Stars to make their comebacks.
The stellar cast that includes Ricki-lee Coulter, Kylie Gillies, Angie Kent, Courtney Act, and more are putting their best foot forward as they attempt to sidestep and tango their way to victory.
Though the contestants all bonded during their time on the show, it is ultimately a competition.
Wild card Cameron Daddo revealed to TV WEEK that he had a disadvantage after signing up for the show late.
"They [the producers] had asked me a few times over the years [to take part], but this time, I'd been leading a rather sedentary life with COVID and thought it was a great opportunity to get moving again," he revealed.
"We got started straight away, but I didn't realise we came in late, and everyone had already been dancing for three weeks."
But on the other hand, his fellow wild card Sunrise weatherman Sam Mac thinks he has a shot at taking home the mirror ball trophy.
"I may not be the best technical dancer and I rarely remember the choreography, but I will entertain!" he joked with TV WEEK. "Just by stepping onto the floor, I've won because I've shared my gift – yes, it's a gift – with the world."
But who has what it takes? Here are the celebrities who fell short of making their comeback and waved goodbye to the dance floor.
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