Former Daily Edition host Tom Williams makes shock TV return as he’s confirmed for Channel Seven’s Dancing With The Stars reboot
Tom Williams quit hosting Channel Seven’s The Daily Edition at the end of 2018 to focus on a career in real estate.
But now the 50-year-old Australian TV host will return to the spotlight for the upcoming Dancing With The Stars All Stars reboot.
Back in 2005, The Great Outdoors presenter and his dance partner Kym Johnson took out the prestigious reality TV title.
He’s back! Former TV host Tom Williams, 50, (right) is the latest star confirmed to be joining Seven’s Dancing With The Stars reboot. Pictured with partner Kym Johnson (left) in 2005
They received perfect scores for their Quickstep and Freestyle dances, in which he danced shirtless to Joe Cocker’s You Can Leave Your Hat On and Tom Jones’ Kiss.
This time around, Tom will be paired with professional dancer Alexandra Vladimirov, who he started rehearsing with this week.
He will be joined by radio presenter Fifi Box, who announced her return to the dancing competition on Friday.
Remember this? They received perfect scores for their Quickstep and Freestyle, in which he danced shirtless to Joe Cocker’s You Can Leave Your Hat On and Tom Jones’ Kiss
Speaking on her HIT Melbourne breakfast show, Fifi, Fev and Nick, said she has decided to return to the dance competition to improve her fitness.
‘I’ve made a decision in life, which will surprise you… No, I’m not leaving the [radio] show!’ Fifi joked.
She then explained that ‘fitness hasn’t been her thing’, but that’s all about to change.
Confirmed: Fifi, 43, confirmed the news on the Fifi, Fev and Nick breakfast show on Friday. She previously appeared on the program in 2007 with dance partner Paul Green (pictured)
She’s ready: Fifi said she’d decided to return to the dance competition to improve her fitness
Earlier this month, Seven confirmed another returning cast member as Home and Away’s Ada Nicodemou, who won the show in 2005.
The full cast including the show’s host and judges will be announced shortly.
The newly rebooted dancing series will be filmed at Sydney’s ICC theatre.
Returning champion: Earlier this month, Seven confirmed another returning cast member: Home and Away star Ada Nicodemou, who won the show in 2005 (pictured)