Television presenters, celebrities, athletes, politicians and professional dancers are on the list to make a cameo for Andrew Palmer's 24-hour Cha Cha for Charity danceathon on Friday.
All of them will be helping to raise funds for the event's nominated charities The Examiner's Winter Relief Appeal, which begins on June 1, and SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY.
Two such faces are from the Channel Seven nightly news team.
Donned with his best dancing shoes, a red and white pair for his beloved Sydney Swans, weatherman Peter Murphy will join anchor Kim Millar as they get their groove on for the cause.
The pair will join Mr Palmer on stage at the Door of Hope at 11am but both admit their dancing resumes are a little thin.
Mr Palmer said some other familiar faces joining in would be his Dancing with the Stars partner Nicky Buckley and Australian Cricket captain Tim Paine.
"The community support since we announced it has been sensational," he said.
"The target we set was $5000 and we've gone over that already, which is awesome... a friend of mine said 'right let's double it', so I thought why not, if we can get to $10,000 that will be amazing."
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Despite his limited preparation Pin and Tonic's Katy Dyson has set Mr Palmer a meal plan to ensure he can get through the 24-hour challenge and will check in on him throughout the event.
Mr Palmer has secured a number of more guests to join him either on the physical stage, whilst social distancing, at the Door of Hope or virtually through social media live options.
Two-time Dancing with the Stars contestant Lily Cornish is well acquainted with the dance, having learnt it at a young age and performed it on both seasons of the show.
She will take to the stage and her 2020 partner Christian Wilkins will also make an appearance.
"It will be lots of fun and I'm excited to see Andrew trying to get through the 24-hours. I'm excited to watch it at 2am to see how he is going," she said.
"I think it will be a really special event because no one has done something like this in the community."
More businesses have donated prizes to encourage donations, with each donation earning an entry, and a prize will be given away every hour.
Cha Cha for Charity begins at 9am on May 29. To donate visit the GoFundMe page.
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