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Dancing With The Stars

This is where Dancing With The Stars Australia is being filmed in 2020

And the contestants must travel there for filming each week!

By Rebecca Sullivan
Are you ready to dust off your dancing shoes and touch up your fake tan?
A brand new season of Dancing With The Stars is about to start, which means we're about to have an onslaught of fabulously OTT sequinned outfits, some catty judging commentary and hopefully a contestant-dancer pairing that results in a onscreen romance!
The new season premieres on Channel 10 on Sunday February 9 with a sizzling cast, starring former Bachelorette Angie Kent, actress Claudia Karvan, radio and TV funnyman Ed Kavalee (yep, he's also Mr Tiffiny Hall), comedian Celia Pacquola, Olivia Newton-John's daughter Chloe Lattanzi, former MAFS groom Dean Wells, former AFL star Travis Cloke, singer Dami Im, Richard Wilkins' son Christian and e-NRL star turned TV host, Beau Ryan.
The show's fabulous hosts Amanda Keller and Grant Denyer are also returning for another season.
The full set of celebs set to shimmy their way onto our screens. Channel 10
DWTS is famous for is glam dancefloor set and live audience, but where exactly is this fantastic show filmed?
The weekly live show is filmed in Melbourne, in Docklands.
So that means, contestants who aren't based in the Victorian capital must travel interstate every week to perform.
"Stars are based wherever they live and train there, then travel each week to the live shows," a Channel 10 spokeswoman confirmed to TV WEEK.
Angie Kent, Beau Ryan, Christian Wilkins, Dean Wells and Claudia Karvan all live in Sydney, while Dami Im lives in Brisbane, so these celebs will have to trek it to Melbourne every Sunday for the next few weeks.
Amanda Keller and Grant Denyer are the show's hilarious hosts this season. Channel 10
And in 2020, the same judges who made their glitzy debut in 2019 are back on our screens for another year!
Dancing With The Stars US alumni Sharna Burgess and handsome Irishman Tristan MacManus will be joined by Strictly Come Dancing UK's tough judge Craig Revel Horwood.
WATCH BELOW: See why this performance got a perfect 10 on Dancing With The Stars. Story continues after video.
Last year's winner was Aussie actor Samuel Johnson, who gave his $50,000 prize money to his charity Love Your Sister, which he began with his late sister Connie Johnson in 2012.
We wonder who will take home the disco ball trophy this year?
You'll have to tune in and find out!
The new season of Dancing With The Stars starts on Sunday February 9 at 7.30pm on Channel 10

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