Dancing With The Stars Australia 2014 winner has been announced. The 31-year-old David Rodan has won the title for season 14 beating his opponents Ricki-Lee Coulter and Lynne McGranger. David Rodan is a retired Australian Football League player, Melanie Hooper was his partner, Jorja Freeman was his partner till week 5. David Rodan is not first AFL player to win Dancing With The Stars Australia title as Anthony Koutoufides who was also an AFL player has already won the title way back in 2006.
Dancing With The Stars Australia 2014 Winner
- Winners: David Rodan (AFL player) / Melanie Hooper
- Runner’s up: Lynne McGranger (Home and Away actress) / Carmelo Pizzino
- Third position: Ricki-Lee Coulter (Pop singer) / Jarryd Byrne
David Rodan and Melanie Hooper scored a total of 494 points with fourteen dances while Lynne McGranger and Carmelo Pizzino scored 440 points with same number of dances. David Rodan and Melanie Hooper made three dances – Quickstep, Freestyle and Cha-Cha-Cha. They danced for songs like “Everybody” by Justice Crew and “P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)” by Michael Jackson in the grand final.
Dancing With The Stars Australia 2014 Finale Video
Dancing With The Stars Australia 2014 New Video
*this is a replay or highlights video of Dancing With The Stars Australia 2014, full episode will be updated soon.
Dancing With The Stars Australia fourteenth season premiered on 30th September 2014, the grand finale was held on 25th November 2014. Daniel McPherson and Edwina Bartholemew were host for the 2014 season with Todd McKenney, Helen Richey, Kym Johnson and Adam Garcia as judges. The 11 dancing couples took part in the 14th season, Paul Fenech and Alana Patience were also about to take part in the Dancing With The Stars Australia 2014 competetion, but withdrew after he was arrested in September 2014. Tai & Jorja were the last couple to be eliminated before the grand finale.
Dancing With The Stars Australia 2015 season 15 will start next year, till then stay tuned to our blog on other Television reality shows of 2015 like The Amazing Race Australia, The X Factor Australia, The Voice Australia and Masterchef Australia.