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A former Bachelorette and a MAFS star: The lineup for Dancing With the Stars 2020 has been announced.

Just when you thought there weren’t any Aussie celebrities left for a stint on reality TV, the lineup is announced for Dancing With the Stars 2020.

Channel 10 pulled back the curtain this evening to reveal who’ll be slipping into the sequins and sweatily twirling their way around the studio in the name of Instagram followers…. sorry, their chosen charity.

Yes, it’s the typical mix of singers, actors, comedians, footy players and ex-dating show contestants, including Claudia Karvan, ladies and gentlemen.

Look!

The contestants. Image: Channel 10.

In case you need a refresher, here are the contestants pictured above. From the very particular order of left to right.

Dami Im

She of the incredible pipes, Dami won X Factor in 2013 then represented Australia during our first crack at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2016. She scored us second place; still the highest score we've managed so far.

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Angie Kent

We fell in love with her on Gogglebox, then so did a bunch of suited blokes on The Bachelorette Australia 2019.

Beau Ryan

NRL player turned television host. Most recently the guy giving awkward hugs on The Amazing Race Australia.

Claudia Karvan

Legend of the Australian small screen. Think Love My Way and The Secret Life Of Us.

Ed Kavalee

Comedian and permanent panellist on Channel 10 news quiz show, Have You Been Paying Attention? Fun fact: is married to Biggest Loser Australia trainer Tiffiny Hall, ergo is ripped like Batman's suit.

Travis Cloke

An AFL star whose career spanned 256 games between 2005 and 2017. He played centre half-forward for the Collingwood Magpies and the Western Bulldogs and kicked a total of 452 goals.

Chloe Lattanzi

An American-born actor and singer, who has performing encoded in her DNA. Chloe's mum is Aussie icon, Olivia Newton-John.

Celia Pacquola

Star of ABC series Rosehaven and Utopia, Celia is an award-winning comedian, actor, writer, presenter — you know, one of those annoyingly talented, versatile people. Can also likely cut a rug. Because of course, she can.

Christian Wilkins

Model, influencer, possessor of glorious hair and son of Channel 9 entertainment journo, Richard Wilkins.

Dean Wells

As in, the guy from MAFS who was fake-married to Tracey Jewel but two-timed with Davina Rankin. Yep, that guy. Figure he must be light on his toes with all that sneakin'.

Grant Denyer and Amanda Keller will be back as hosts with judges Craig Revel Horwood, Sharna Burgess and Tristan MacManus also returning to the series. As always, winning celeb will earn $50,000 for their cause.

Dancing With The Stars 2020 premiers on Sunday, February 9 at 7.30pm on Channel 10. For a sneak peek, check out the clip below.

Feature image: Supplied.

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