The Australian version of “Dancing With the Stars” will be coming back for a special “All-Stars” run after it was initially canceled—and now, there has been some curiosity about whether or not the U.S. version of the show, which has yet to be renewed for a 30th season but is not expected to face cancellation, could also revisit the idea of an All-Stars season.

The ABC reality competition series previously did an All-Stars run in the 15th season, which aired in 2012, and brought back various celebrities from the first 14 seasons of the show—including various competitors, finalists, runners-up and even a few Mirrorball champions—who tried for a chance at winning the coveted trophy, with either new partners or the ones they competed with previously. In the end, Melissa Rycroft, who had been a finalist in Season 8, won with partner Tony Dovolani, beating out Season 8 champion Shawn Johnson and Season 1 champion Kelly Monaco in the process.

The show has not done an “All-Stars” or returning competitors season since, making Season 30 the perfect time to revisit some of the competitors who have impressed in more recent seasons. With 14 new seasons of competitors to choose from, the field of those who could come back if the show was interested in revisiting some of their past stars would be interesting—especially since some of the pros who would be competing this time around weren’t a part of the show—or were just troupe members—during the previous All-stars.

So who could compete? Here’s some familiar faces who would certainly make a splash if they were to compete again (previous Mirrorball winners are not included).

Corbin Bleu: Season 17 Runner-Up

Bleu, best known for his role as Chad Danforth in Disney’s “High School Musical” movies, competed on Season 17 of the show with Karina Smirnoff and was very on par in terms of judges’ scores with that season’s eventual winner, Amber Riley. If he were to return to the show, he would have to dance with a new partner, as Smirnoff left the series after Season 22.

Ally Brooke: Season 28 Finalist

The former Fifth Harmony singer, who competed with Sasha Farber, wasn’t necessarily a fan-favorite throughout the season, escaping elimination with the judges’ save more than once, but she did average the highest scores throughout the competition—which could make her a prime pick to try and get the Mirrorball again.

Juan Pablo di Pace: Season 27 Competitor

The “Fuller House” star was one of the breakout performers from Season 27, earning fan love and support and praise from the judges with nearly every routine he performed with Cheryl Burke. He also had the highest average scores from the judges, but the show’s then-voting system, which gave equal weight to votes cast by the viewers and the judges’ scores, likely did him in. While he was eliminated at the same time as “Bachelor in Paradise” star Joe Amabile, who had some of the worst scores of the season, he was beaten out by the very same fanbase that gave Bobby Bones, who also had weaker scores, the Mirrorball trophy.

James Hinchcliffe: Season 23 Runner-Up

Like Bleu, Hinchcliffe was very much on par performance-wise with his season’s eventual winner, Laurie Hernandez. Fans who feel he should have another chance to prove himself would likely be delighted to see him return.

Normani Kordei: Season 24 Finalist

She had the highest average scores from the judges and a great fanbase in Harmonizers, but the former Fifth Harmony singer couldn’t top the fanbases of two sports legends—baseball player David Ross, who also improved steadily throughout the season, and Rashad Jennings, the football star who won the season.

Riker Lynch: Season 20 Runner-Up

The former R5 singer and actor and his partner, Allison Holker, were among the favorites to win the Mirrorball in Season 20, and even just beat winner Rumer Willis when it came to the highest average scores.

Milo Manheim: Season 27 Runner-Up

Many fans felt Manheim, who tied with Juan Pablo di Pace for highest average scores and was a standout during Season 27 with Witney Carson, was robbed of a well-earned Mirrorball by Bobby Bones. If an All-Stars season comes to fruition, the Disney Channel star will likely top the list of celebrities to get back on the show.

Heather Morris: Season 24 Competitor

The former “Glee” actress caught flack during her time on the show because of her previous experience as a backup dancer for Beyonce, even though she revealed it was a very different type of performance. After staying in the competition even as her partner, Maks Chmerkovskiy, nursed an injury which saw him out for four weeks, Morris was then eliminated the very week Chmerkovskiy returned. Far from the only celeb to have prior dance experience, what was once seen as an unfair advantage could not put her on a more level playing field.

Nev Schulman: Season 29 Runner-Up

While Kaitlyn Bristowe and Artem Chigvintsev were also worthy competitors all season, Schulman and Jenna Johnson were seen as robbed of their earned title by fans, who loved watching their routines all season. Coming fresh out of Season 29 would also give them a great advantage coming into a potential All-Stars run.

James Van Der Beek: Season 28 Competitor

The former “Dawson’s Creek” actor was one of the early favorites to win in Season 28, but a fanbase that may have felt he was untouchable, as well as a week of less stellar scores (which coincided with him learning his wife had a miscarriage), saw his time come to an end on the show.

Charlie White: Season 18 Competitor

While his ice skating partner, Meryl Davis, went on to win the season, White and Sharna Burgess saw themselves cut a bit earlier than expected from the competition.

Zendaya: Season 16 Runner-Up

While Kellie Pickler and Derek Hough did have a slightly higher average with the judges’ scores throughout the season, fans were furious that the then Disney Channel star didn’t get the win. Of course, she did go on to bigger and better things—including a primetime Emmy for her role in HBO’s “Euphoria,” fan acclaim in “The Greatest Showman” and critical acclaim for “Malcolm and Marie,” so these days, she likely isn’t too upset about missing out on a Mirrorball.

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"Dancing With the Stars" judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Derek Hough and Bruno Tonioli are pictured. ABC/Eric McCandless