Australian Indigenous Fashion Week ambassador model Samantha Harris.
Australian Indigenous Fashion Week ambassador model Samantha Harris. Contributed

2015 Dancing With The Stars cast confirmed

AFTER much speculation, Channel 7 has confirmed this year's cast of Dancing With The Stars.

The 2015 line-up of celebrities, who will learn to ballroom dance for charity, includes former Gold Coast Titans player Mat Rogers, Olympic gold medalist Matthew Mitcham and Tweed Heads-born supermodel Samantha Harris.

Special international guest judge Bruno Tonioli will join returning judges Todd McKenney, Helen Richey and Kym Johnson, who returns fresh from dancing on the 20th season of the US series.

Tonioli is an Italian choreographer and dancer who has previously served as a judge on Britain's Strictly Come Dancing with the US Dancing With The Stars.

Shane Bourne will helm the new season following the departure of long-time host Daniel MacPherson.

The new season will start soon on Channel 7.

 

2015 Dancing With The Stars cast:

Ash Pollard - My Kitchen Rules, dancing with Jarryd Byrne

Emma Freedman - TV and Radio Star, dancing with Aric Yegudkin

Kelly Cartwright - Paralympic Champion, partnered by Damian Whitewood

Lynette Bolton - Wedding planner and WAG, partnered by Carmelo Pizzino

Samantha Harris - Supermodel, partnered by first timer Josh Keefe

John Paul Young - Aussie Pop Icon, partnered with newcomer Giselle Peacock

Jude Bolton - AFL legend, dancing with first timer Dianne Buswell

Larry Emdur - TV Star, dancing with Alana Patience

Mat Rogers - Rugby Superstar, dancing with Ash-Leigh Hunter

Matthew Mitcham - Olympic Gold Medalist, dancing with Masha Belash

Tim Robards - Celebrity Bachelor, partnered with newcomer Camille Webb


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