Kiwi television personalities Nazanin 'Naz' Khanjani and Suzy Cato are the latest and final contestants for the upcoming season of Dancing With The Stars NZ.
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Naz, the runner-up in the 2016 season of The Bachelor NZ who went on to become a successful competitive bodybuilder, is excited to be returning to screens.
"I've always watched Dancing With The Stars and it just looks like so much fun," says Naz.
"It's an opportunity for the public to see the real me as I am. I love a challenge and knowing we are dancing for charity makes it even more special."
Naz is dancing for the Make A Wish Foundation, which she calls an "incredible" organisation.
Suzy is best-known for hosting the much-loved 1990s TV show You and Me.
"I'm in this for the challenge, the excitement, the music, the dancing, the dresses and my charity," says Suzy, who has chosen to support the Mental Health Foundation.
Naz and Suzy join previously announced contestants Sam Hayes, Zac Franich, Gilda Kirkpatrick, Shavaughn Ruakere, David Seymour, Marama Fox, Robbie Rakete, Roger Farrelly, Jess Quinn and Chris Harris.
Dancing With The Stars NZ premieres on Three on Sunday, April 29.