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Star-studded cast set for DWTS
The female cast of 2014 Dancing with the Stars: Kyly Clarke, April Rose Pengilly, Ricki-Lee Coulter, Ash Hart, Lynne McGranger and Torah Brigh

Olympic skiing champion Torah Bright, singer Rikki-Lee Coulter and model Ashlee Hart are among the contestants who will join Perth's Eamon Sullivan on this year's Dancing With The Stars.

The Seven Network today confirmed the six females who will appear on the 14th season of the reality dancing show.

Joining Bright, Lee and Hart in pursuit of the mirror ball trophy are model Kyly Clarke, who is the wife of Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke, actress April Rose Pengilly and Home and Away's Lynne McGranger.

McGranger is one of two Home and Away stars who will appear on this year's series.

Tai Hara, who plays Andy Barrett on Home And Away, had already been confirmed as one of the amateur dancers.

The remaining five male soft shoes are Olympic swimmer and restaurateur Sullivan, Bogan Hunters creator Paul Fenech, ex-NRL Dragons star Matt Cooper, former AFL journeyman David Rodan and former Australian Idol judge and seventies pop star Mark Holden.

Daniel MacPherson will return as host and Edwina Bartholomew will again be his side-kick while the judging panel consists of celebrated dancers Kym Johnson and Adam Garcia and seasoned professionals Todd McKenney and Helen Richey.

Dancing With The Stars will air on Seven/ GWN7 later this year.

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