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Marty Morrissey will take to the floor on the new series of Dancing With The Stars

The full line-up was revealed on tonight’s Late Late Show.

EVERYONE’S FAVOURITE GAA commentator Marty Morrissey will be taking to the dancefloor on the second season of Dancing With The Stars, it was revealed tonight.

Marty Morrissey DWTS Source: RTÉ

(His rig out! The bedazzled pocket. We’re unable.)

Marty claims he doesn’t know how to dance, but we’re sure he’s just being modest:

It’s an opportunity of a lifetime to do something way outside my comfort zone, so here goes! I don’t really know how to dance, so to have the opportunity to learn is fantastic, and to be part of this great team is just super.

He’ll be the Des Cahill of the 2018 show, no doubt.

dwtsirl Source: RTÉ

Comedians Bernard O’Shea and Deirdre O’Kane were previously announced as contestants earlier this week, along with author Maia Dunphy. Joining them will be…

Entrepreneur Norah Casey

Norah Casey DWTS Source: RTÉ

From the Dragons’ Den to the glitz and glamour of Dancing With The Stars.

Fitness model Erin McGregor

Erin McGregor DWTS Source: RTÉ

If Erin’s name seems familiar, it’s because she’s the sister of a certain Conor McGregor.

Singer Jake Carter

Jake Carter DWTS Source: RTÉ

And if Jake’s name seems familiar, it’s because the country musician has followed in his older brother Nathan Carter’s footsteps. That’s some jacket he has there.

Cork camogie captain Anna Geary

Anna Geary DWTS Source: RTÉ

Fun fact: Along with being an All-Ireland winner, Anna is a former Rose of Tralee. Accomplished!

Former Munster rugby player Tomás O’Leary

Tomas O'Leary DWTS Source: RTÉ

Tomás was part of the team that clinched Ireland the 2009 Six Nations and Grand Slam.

Race walker Rob Heffernan

Rob Heffernan DWTS Source: RTÉ

He has a bronze medal from the 2012 Olympics, but will Rob’s fast feet help him on the dancefloor?

And former Miss Ireland Aoife Walsh

Aoife Walsh DWTS Source: RTÉ

Wearing fancy frocks isn’t new to Aoife, but dancing in them? We’ll see.

There they all are now. Dancing With The Stars will kick off on Sunday, January 7, running for 12 whole weeks. We can’t wait.

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