An egg farmer, radio presenter and dentist are among 12 Border identities selected to strut their stuff in the 2022 Stars of the Border Dance for Cancer.
The lineup for the eighth annual Cancer Council NSW fundraiser was announced on Tuesday night.
Cassie Sutcliffe (Happy Hens Eggs), Clayton Wood (Business Edge/Escape Room), Guy Mylecharane (Triple M The Border), Jacquie Carroll (Move Studios), Johnny Rodriguez (Concreting By Johnny), Justin Van Klaveren (VK Logic), Kellie Jackson (Border Medical Laser and Aesthetics), Mali McKie (Fuel Move Think), Natalie Nelson (mother and carer), Renee Williams (The Real Florist), Ruchi Chandra (The Tooth Affair) and Steph Carroll (Ess with Steph) will be paired with a dance teacher and perform in front of more than 500 people.
Participants will undertake eight weeks before the event and work towards reaching their fundraising targets.
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Brianna Carracher, community relations coordinator at Cancer Council's Wagga office said she is excited to see what this year's line-up of stars have in store.
"The 2022 event marks the eighth year of Stars of the Border. During this time, the community has raised over $750,000 for local Cancer Council initiatives," she said.
"Funds raised help support Cancer Council's life-saving cancer research, prevention, advocacy and local support programs like Border Transport to Treatment for people affected by cancer."
This year's winner Mark Hilton, Latin dance champion Alarna Donovan-Morris and national adjudicator Sheree Dalitz are the judges.
Tickets for the show at Albury Entertainment Centre on May 20 will go on sale April 25.
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