Celebrities and former contestants pair up with professional dancers to compete in ballroom dancing, hoping to win money for their chosen charities as well as the coveted mirror ball trophy.
It’s all about the glitz and glamour for the marathon tonight as our all-stars bump and grind their way to the glorious disco music of the 70s.
Our first dance marathon sees couples dance the Lindy Hop to try and earn points. It's also another trip down memory lane for three couples as they compete to make the grand finale.
It’s the first of our trips down memory lane with some of our celebrities revisiting a dance from their previous appearance.
The hits keep coming, with Group A celebrities returning to the dancefloor for another night of glitz and glamour, and one step closer to reclaiming their spot as the ultimate DWTS All Star.
The returning stars, the dazzling costumes and the dancing is back as we see Group B take to the dance floor to survive elimination, while Group A watch the spectacle from the DWTS sky box.
There’s sure to be glitz, glamour and a touch of drama as Australia’s favourite returning celebrities and wildcards take to the dance floor in the hope to impress the judges and survive elimination.
It's the grand finale and our finalists Celia Pacquola, Christian Wilkins, Claudia Karvan and Ed Kavalee will fight it out for the illustrious mirror ball trophy and $50,000 for their nominated charity.
Strap on your dancing shoes and shine your sequins! It's Dancing With The Stars! Our Stars battle for a spot in the Top 4 semi-final.
The judges go head-to-head in the ultimate battle. Each will lead their couple in three exclusive jaw-dropping routines. With their professional reputations on the line, the stakes couldn't be higher.