First look: Dancing With The Stars 2024 on Seven

Dancing With The Stars 2024

Dr Chris Brown joins Sonia Kruger as a co-host.

Seven has revealed the premiere date for the new season of Dancing With The Stars as 12 new celebrities prepare to showcase their moves on the dancefloor.

The new season premieres Sunday, 7 July on Seven and 7Plus.

This season, Sonia Kruger is joined by new co-host, Dr Chris Brown, as a fresh lineup of stars step onto the stage, giving their all to support their chosen charities.

Following weeks of rehearsals, they’ll face the eyes of judges Craig Revel Horwood, Helen Richey, Sharna Burgess and Mark Wilson, as they strive for dancefloor supremacy. 

The Dancing With The Stars 2024 line-up includes:

• Adam Dovile – Better Homes and Gardens DIY presenter
• Ant Middleton – SAS Australia chief instructor
• Ben Cousins – AFL star and 7NEWS Sport presenter
• Hayden Quinn – Chef
• James Stewart – Home and Away actor
• Julie Goodwin – Chef
• Lisa McCune – Actor
• Nadia Bartel – Fashion designer and model
• Nikki Osborne – Comedian
• Nova Peris – Olympian and former senator
• Samanda Jade – Singer
• Shane Crawford – AFL royalty

Last year’s Dancing With The Stars Grand Finale on Seven was full of tears and triumph as Human Nature singer Phil Burton beat out Home and Away actor Emily Weir to take home the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy.

The six grand finalists: Christie Whelan Browne, Mary Coustas, Paulini, Virginia Gay, Emily Weir, and Phil Burton danced their hearts out with their own freestyle dance in the ultimate ballroom showdown.

Phil topped the leaderboard with 39 points for his Motown moves to Wilson Pickett’s Land of 1000 Dances, while Emily received the same score for her Spice Girls inspired Salsa.

After combing the judges scores with the audience vote, Christie, Mary, Paulini, and Virginia said goodbye; leaving Phil to be awarded the winning title and $20,000 for his chosen charity, NSW Police Legacy.’

Phil said: “This show has just been so incredible for the last seven weeks. I’ve had the absolute time of my life. And, you know, it is a competition but it doesn’t feel like it when you are out here and you are with all these amazing people. It’s been an absolute joy to be a part of it.”

“I also want to thank my family who were here tonight, my beautiful wife and my kids. But the biggest thanks for me has to go to Ash. She’s brought out a side in me that I never even knew existed,” he continued.

Dancing With The Stars is produced by BBC Studios Australia and New Zealand from a format created by the BBC and distributed by BBC Studios.

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