She's been slowly getting her groove back after a challenging past few months and Kyly Clarke is set to hit the dance floor on the new All Stars season of Dancing With The Stars.

The TV presenter told Confidential that she's thrilled to get her dancing shoes on and hopes to make her five-year-old daughter Kelsey Lee proud.

"I am so excited to return to DWTS All Stars after 8 years," she said.

"It's such a fun show and I can't wait to show Kelsey Lee what mum has been up to, and what you can achieve when you stay dedicated and committed."

Kyly Clarke has joined Dancing With The Stars - Photo Nicholas Wilson
Kyly Clarke has joined Dancing With The Stars - Photo Nicholas Wilson

Clarke, 39, first appeared on the show in 2014 but was forced to quit early after tearing her hamstring.

The new gig comes months after her split from V8 supercars driver James Courtney late last year.

The pair briefly dated before calling it quits due to long-distance as Courtney is based in Queensland.

Clarke was previously married to Kelsey Lee's father, former cricket star Michael Clarke, however they announced their separation early last year after seven years together.

Clarke will join other past contestants including Home and Away's Ada Nicodemou, former actor Bec Hewitt, model Erin McNaught, radio personality Fifi Box, TV host Jamie Durie, actor Lincoln Lewis, actor Luke Jacobz, former My Kitchen Rules judge Manu Feildel and TV personality Tom Williams.

Dancing With The Stars cast revealed
Dancing With The Stars cast revealed

Wildcard entrants include model Jessica Gomes, former Bachelor Matty Johnson, TV presenter Renee Bargh and former SAS: Australia contestant Schapelle Corby.

Seven Network Programming Director, Angus Ross, said: "This unmissable television event

is sure to capture the heart of Australia, putting just the right amount of nostalgia on a brand

new stage.

"We've assembled a cracking cast of winners, finalists, fan favourites and fascinating

wildcards who are all ready to tear up the floor. We can't wait."

The hosts and judges will be announced soon.

The show is produced by Warner Bros International Television Production Australia and BBC Studios.

Dancing With The Stars: All Stars is coming soon to Channel 7 and 7plus.

Originally published as All Stars Dancing With The Stars cast revealed



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