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Channel Nine has announced the cast of this year’s season of The Block ahead of the show’s premiere

Soccer star, influencer and famous actress: Meet The Block 2022 cast ahead of season premiere

Channel Nine has announced all the contestants who will take part in the new season of The Block 2022.

The network released the full lineup for the competition on Monday, and it includes a sports star, actress and influencer.

The 2022 contestants include footballer Joel Patfull and influencer Elle Ferguson, as well as actress Sharon Johal and accountant Ankur Dogra.

Football star, influencer and famous actress: Meet the cast of the new season of Channel Nine’s The Block ahead of the show’s premiere

Tom Calleja and social worker Sarah-Jane Wilson will also compete in the series against traditionalists Dylan Adams and Jenny Heath.

Former professional rugby player Omar Sleimanhel and building maintenance specialist Osman (Oz) Said will also compete on the show.

The Block host Scott Cam will also build his own house for the first time alongside previous contestants Duncan Miller, Spence Thomson, Sarah Armstrong.

The 2022 contestants include footballer Joel Patfull and influencer Elle Ferguson, as well as actress Sharon Johal and accountant Ankur Dogra

The 2022 contestants include footballer Joel Patfull and influencer Elle Ferguson, as well as actress Sharon Johal and accountant Ankur Dogra

Former professional rugby player Omar Sleimanhel and building maintenance specialist Osman (Oz) Said will also compete on the show

Former professional rugby player Omar Sleimanhel and building maintenance specialist Osman (Oz) Said will also compete on the show

“When I first got on site I thought we’d done a lot of big blocks in the past, but nothing like this – it’s huge,” Scott said.

“We’re building our own little town, and sometimes it’s scary. But we have a great bunch of racers making it red hot.

The Block 2022 is being filmed in Gisborne in Victoria, a 40-minute drive from Melbourne, and is billed as one of the most ambitious seasons yet.

Each team builds a home on 10 acres of land.

Tom Calleja and social worker Sarah-Jane Wilson will also compete in the series against traditionalists Dylan Adams and Jenny Heath (pictured)

Tom Calleja and social worker Sarah-Jane Wilson will also compete in the series against traditionalists Dylan Adams and Jenny Heath (pictured)

The Block 2022 is being filmed in Gisborne in Victoria, a 40-minute drive from Melbourne, and is set to be one of the most ambitious seasons yet

The Block 2022 is being filmed in Gisborne in Victoria, a 40-minute drive from Melbourne, and is set to be one of the most ambitious seasons yet

After years of urban renovations, producers have opted for a ‘tree change’, having contestants transform homes in rural Victoria.

Influencer Elle and her celebrity fiance Joel left The Block in April due to a family emergency.

The couple initially tried to stay on the show but left after they “couldn’t get a definitive answer” from producers on whether Joel, 37, could “come and go” from the construction site in country Victoria to visit his sick mother Trish in Adelaide.

With no guarantees that he could regularly leave to visit his mother, who had broken her neck in a fall, the couple pulled the trigger on the Channel Nine show.

The Block: Tree Change premieres on Sunday 7 August at 7pm on Channel Nine

The Block: Tree Change premieres on Sunday 7 August at 7pm on Channel Nine

The Block: Tree Change premieres on Sunday 7 August at 7pm on Channel Nine

The Block host Scott Cam will also build his own house for the first time alongside previous contestants Duncan Miller, Spence Thomson, Sarah Armstrong

The Block host Scott Cam will also build his own house for the first time alongside previous contestants Duncan Miller, Spence Thomson, Sarah Armstrong

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Channel Nine has announced the cast of this year’s season of The Block ahead of the show’s premiere

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