Mary Coustas to star in Australia’s new season of Dancing With the Stars

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The cast for the new season of Dancing With the Stars in Australia has been announced and famous comedian and television star, Mary Coustas, is among the list.

Coustas is well-known for her iconic 90s character Effie from Wogs out of Work and Acropolis Now.

She will star alongside others including former footy superstar Gavin Wanganeen; foodie Matt Preston; Olympians Sally Pearson and James Magnussen; podcaster and radio host Laura Byrne; and actor Pia Miranda.

Mary Coustas.

Seven Network’s Chief Content Officer, Entertainment Programming, Angus Ross, said: “Australia can’t get enough of Dancing With The Stars and seeing their favourite faces step out of their comfort zones.”

“This is the fiercest and most competitive line-up of stars we have ever had and we can’t wait for everyone to see their moves,” Mr Ross added.

Hosts Daryl Somers and Sonia Kruger are also returning to the show.

Source: The Advertiser

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