Ricki-Lee will be among those lining up for Dancing with the Stars.
Ricki-Lee will be among those lining up for Dancing with the Stars.

Ricki-Lee, supermodels join Dancing With the Stars

ASHLEY Hart and Kyly Clarke are two of the beauties who will grace the dance floor in the new season of Dancing With The Stars.

International supermodel Hart and model/presenter Clarke, wife of cricketer Michael Clarke, will compete against a slew of current and former athletes including snowboarder Torah Bright, swimmer Eamon Sullivan, NRL legend Matt Cooper and AFL star David Rodan.

Also in the new crop of celebrities set to put on the show's signature sparkling and sometimes revealing costumes are singer Ricki-Lee, Bogan Hunters star Pauly Fenech, Australian Idol judge Mark Holden and actors Lynne McGranger, Tai Hara and April Rose Pengilly.

Daniel MacPherson returns to host the 14th series of the reality show with Sunrise's Edwina Bartholomew.

The judging panel will also remain the same with Kym Johnson and Adam Garcia returning alongside DWTS veterans Todd McKenney and Helen Richey.

"It's an extraordinary cast this season," said Channel 7's Director of Production Brad Lyons.

"We love having Dancing in the primetime schedule. It's a show the whole family can look forward to."

The show stars soon on Channel 7.


RICKI-LEE - Singer/Songwriter, dancing with Jarryd Bryne

ASHLEY HART - Supermodel, partnered with Julz Tocker making his DWTS debut

TORAH BRIGHT - Olympic snowboarding champion, dancing with newcomer, Robbie Kmetoni

KYLY CLARKE - Presenter/Model, partnered by Damian Whitewood

APRIL ROSE PENGILLY - Actress, dancing with Aric Yegudkin

LYNNE McGRANGER - Home and Away actress, partnered by Carmelo Pizzino

EAMON SULLIVAN - Olympic swimmer, dancing with Ash-Leigh Hunter

PAULY FENECH - Actor/Comedian teaming up with Alana Patience

MATT COOPER - NRL Legend, dancing with Masha Belash

DAVID RODAN - AFL Star, partnered by Melanie Hooper

TAI HARA - Actor from Home and Away, paired with DWTS newcomer Jorja Freeman

MARK HOLDEN - 1970s Pop Idol, to dance with Jessica Prince