TV Guide: Dancing with the Stars on Seven and 7Plus

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The new season premieres 7 July at 7:00 pm on Seven and 7Plus.

Dancing with the Stars is entering its 21st season and with it comes 12 new celebrities prepared 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.

See also: The celebrities stepping out of their comfort zone on Dancing with the Stars

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

The judges set to appear in this season include:

Craig Revel Horwood

Craig Revel Horwood is best known for being a judge on the British dance show Strictly Come Dancing. The Aussie-born has had a thriving career in UK theatre and was the associate director and choreographer of West Side Story, and choreographer of Calamity Jane.

On top of that, he’s set to star in the UK tour of the musical The Wizard of Oz as the Wicked Witch of the West later this year.

As for Dancing With The Stars, he joined the New Zealand iteration as a judge in seasons three, four and five, before crossing over to the Australian version last year.

Sharna Burgess

Sharna Burgess has been dancing since she was five, and worked as a professional dancing on the US iteration of DWTS from season 18 until season 30. During that time she’s been partnered with some very well known celebrities, including Nick Carter, Jesse Metcalfe and Brian Austin Greene, the latter of who is her real life partner.

The NSW-born dancer became a judge on the Australian version of Dancing With The Stars in 2019, and she remained on the panel ever since.

Mark Wilson

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Mark Wilson was a judge on the very first season of Dancing With The Stars Australia, way back in 2004. He stayed on in the role until 2010 and stepped away for seven seasons before returning in 2021.

Mark has a strong background in dancing and was crowned the Australian Dancesport Champion on five occasions – four times in New Vogue and once in Modern.

When he isn’t busy critiquing celebrities dancing on DWTS, Mark acts as a junior development officer for Dancesport Victoria and teaches students of all ages at his studio.

Helen Richey

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Helen Richey was an extremely successful competitive dancer, and won the coveted Lily Ellison Award at age 15.

She went on to become the undefeated All England Latin Champion as well as the South of England Latin Champion and the Imperial Latin Champion and was Australia’s official representative in the World Championships in both the Ballroom and Latin Styles for over 10 years.

Helen joined DWTS Australia as a judge in season 18 and 19, and is returning for season 21 this year.

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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