Every Celeb Who Has Hung Up Their Dancing Shoes on Dancing With The Stars: All Stars

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Dancing With The Stars has returned in the only way it knows how: Dramatically. The latest season is filled with our favourite celebrities, who have returned to the show for the second time.

From Ricki-Lee to Courtney Act, there are plenty of familiar faces taking to the stage this year, and they’re ready to give it everything they’ve got. 

Hosted by Daryl Somers and Sonia Kruger, champions from the past 17 seasons plus four wild card entrants, will battle it out on the dance floor as they compete for the coveted mirror ball trophy.

The competition is no walk in the park, with each contestant going through weeks worth of training before they perform in front of judges Todd McKenney, Helen Richey, Paul Mercurio and Mark Wilson. 

To add more fuel to the fire, each episode will see one person eliminated. The first to say goodbye was Cameron Daddo, who, unlike his fellow contestants, had never competed on the show before.

Sadly, he and his dancing partner Megan received a collective score of 23 for their tango performance and were ranked the lowest on the night.  He kept his spirits high though, taking to Instagram to thank his family, saying that he “couldn’t have done it without you guys.”

So let’s take a look at the celebs who have said goodbye to Dancing With The Stars: All Stars.

Dancing With The Stars: All Stars airs on Channel 7 and 7plus.

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