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Australian Survivor: All Stars Is Coming In 2020

Grab your buffs, things are about to get interesting.

Don't start missing Jonathan LaPaglia's guns just yet, because in 2020 he, his biceps and some very familiar faces will be making their comeback in 'Australian Survivor: All Stars'.

Next season all 24 castaways will be returning for their second chance at the title of Sole Survivor.

One of the biggest revelations so far has been the addition of Luke "King of the Jungle" / "The People's Champion" Toki to this season of 'Champions vs Contenders'. The fan favourite didn't disappoint as he brought his characteristic charm and chaos to the jungle.

While Luke told 10 daily that he felt like third time wouldn't be the charm, going into the game with a whopper of a target on his back from the outset, others have had different opinions.

READ MORE: I Feel Like I’ve Just Died Before The Finish Line: Luke Toki Misses Out On 'Survivor' Top Three

Speaking to 10 daily via phone Baden admitted it took some time for him to realise just how badly he wanted a second chance at the top spot.

"I was asked probably 15 minutes after the result was announced, I was so exhausted and tired -- in that moment I was like, 'Nope'," he told 10 daily.

"That quickly became 'not yet' and the night of the premiere I was like yes, definitely. I reckon if I went back in there I would play so differently."

But there are TONS of former 'Survivors' who would be frothing to have a second chance to Outwit, Outplay, Outlast and -- obviously -- get a bit more post-Tribal Council wisdom from JLP.

"Over the past four sensational seasons of Australian Survivor, we have watched almost 100 fantastic contestants play the game," Network 10's Chief Content Officer Beverly McGarvey said.

"Now with the next 'All Stars' season, we have the exciting opportunity to invite some of our most memorable players back for another chance to take home the title of Sole Survivor."

Endemol Shine Australia's CEO Carl Fennessy added, "We are immensely proud that Australian Survivor has resonated with viewers and really hit its stride. We look forward to bringing together a phenomenal 'All Star' cast to play this incredible game."

Time to start dream-casting.

'Australian Survivor: All Stars' is coming in 2020 to 10 and WIN Network.

Featured image: Network 10.