Celebrity radio personality Fifi Box is the next person to join the all star cast of the rebooted Dancing With The Stars Australia.
The 43-year-old mum of two shared the news on her radio show this morning, telling her fellow hosts Brendan Fevola and Byron Cooke that she was making a grand return to the dance floor, after competing on the show back in 2007.
Fifi will definitely give the other contestants a run for their money - she came second in her 2007 season.
Yes, things have changed a lot since then - she's had two daughters and made some big career movements, but still, we reckon she's still got the knack for a foxtrot in her.
Fifi joins Home and Away star Ada Nicodemou, who was the first person announced to be tackling the dancefloor.
She was the champion of the show back in 2005, so is also a strong contender to take out the coveted disco ball trophy.
Ada has already been sharing some insights from behind the scenes of the show.
Taking to her Instagram this week, the Home and Away star shared a snap from her very first rehearsal.
"First day of dance rehearsal with @aricyegudkin and my body is already KILLING me! But still smiling," Ada captioned the image of herself and dance partner Aric Yegudkin.
It's unclear as to who else will be joining the all star cast, but that's not for lack of names - among the favourites who've already appeared on the show before include Chris Hemsworth, Tom Williams and Bec Hewitt.
It is hoped (with many fingers and toes crossed) that some, or all three of them are making a comeback. Stay tuned.
Dancing With The Stars: All Stars is coming soon to Channel 7 and 7plus.