The actor, 56, who competed as a wildcard entrant, achieved the lowest score with his tango performance to Whatever It Takes by Imagine Dragons, alongside his dance partner Megan Wragg. Cameron Daddo’s stint on Dancing With The Stars: All Stars is already over, having been eliminated during Sunday night’s premiere episode.

He  began ,‘I’ve been in the business for over 30 years, there’s musical theatre, there’s the American TV shows that I did while I was over there for 20 odd years. In recent years Home and Away and now Smooth FM radio,’.

Cameron went on to joke about how he’s the ‘first Daddo’ to star on the show, referencing his actor brothers Andrew and Lachlan. He  said, ‘I am the first Daddo to be on Dancing With The Stars  you wait, Andrew will be on next  Lachy will follow after that,’.

Cameron then took to the dance floor with a strong tango performance that impressed judge Paul Mercurio.‘If you weren’t a wildcard and if this was just a normal series, I reckon you’ve got a lot of potential and a lot of ability,’ he said. In a piece to camera, Cameron added Dancing With The Stars to his list of career achievements. 

Cameron took to the dance floor in a slim-fit leather jacket and pant ensemble.‘You could go a long way, so keep working hard. Keep telling the story and enjoy the journey.’  Unfortunately for Cameron he was the first to be eliminated, having battled it out with model Kris Smith. Cameron told host Sonia Kruger that he will definitely keep dancing and thanked his dance partner Megan for her patience.  Dancing With The Stars: All Stars continues next Sunday at 7pm on Seven. 


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