DWTS: All Stars cast hosts ‘wrap party’ on Sydney luxury yacht – but Matty J and Schapelle Corby are among the celebrities missing from the celebrations
Filming for Channel Seven’s DWTS: All Stars reboot has officially ended.
And it looks like the cast hosted a wrap party on a luxury yacht in Sydney to mark the end of the new season on Sunday.
Celebrities including Ada Nicodemou, Jamie Durie and Kyly Clarke took to the sun at the famous harbor, but some of their notable co-stars were seemingly missing from the celebrations.
Time for a party! DWTS: All Stars cast hosted a wrap party on a Sydney yacht on Sunday, but Matty J and Schapelle Corby were among the list of celebrities missing from the celebrations
Multiple stars shared images of the event on Instagram, but Matthew ‘Matty J’ Johnson, Schapelle Corby, Fifi Box and Bec Hewitt were nowhere depicted.
Tom Williams, Lincoln Lewis, Jessica Gomes, Manu Feildel and Erin Mcnaught also seemed to miss the celebration.
Home and Away star Ada Nicodemou, however, partied with former Extra presenter Renee Bargh, renovation king Jamie Durie and actor Luke Jacobz at the event.
Time for a party! Celebrities including Ada Nicodemou (right), Jamie Durie and Kyly Clarke sat in the sun while partying on the boat
The actress also posed with Renee and the show’s other professional dancers on the yacht.
In another photo, the celebrities and pro dancers sat down for a casual lunch after an enjoyable day on the water.
The Dancing with Stars: All Stars reboot was filmed in Sydney.
Celebration time! Ada Nicodemou also partied with Renee Bargh, Jamie Durie and Luke Jacobz (pictured) at the event
Fun in the sun! In another photo, the celebrities sat down for lunch after an enjoyable day on the water. In the photo Kyly Clarke
Daryl Somers, who hosted the first seven seasons of the light entertainment show, returns for the new series.
It is broadcast for just two weeks, with one contestant being knocked out every night.
Also returning are the original judges – Helen Richey, Todd McKenney, Paul Mercurio and Mark Wilson – who all appeared when the series first aired in 2004.
Dancing With The Stars will premiere on Sunday, April 11 at 7 p.m.
Coming soon: Dancing With The Stars will premiere on Sunday, April 11 at 7 p.m.